Air Force Amy
Air Force Amy
|Bra/cup size:||36E (80E) (same as DD cup)|
|Height:||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
Air Force Amy (born Donice Armstrong) is a legal prostitute in Nevada, pornstar, and adult model, considered one of the top earner of all time in Nevada's legalized brothel business, and known as the star of the HBO television documentary series Cathouse: The Series. MSNBC has called her "a living legend in the world of sex."
She was born and raised in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio and attended private parochial schools with four brothers and sisters. She was enrolled in acrobatics, tap dancing, jazz, gymnastics, baton, ballet, cheer leading, 4H, and Toastmasters, and volunteered at a local nursing home and handicapped riding program, too. She excelled as an equestrienne, winning Ohio State Pony Hunter Jumper Champ and many grand champ titles.
Three months prior to being discharged from the United States Air Force in 1990, Air Force Amy applied to the nearby Chicken Ranch brothel in Nevada, and worked continuously as a legal and licensed prostitute in the most notable and famous legal brothels of Nevada until her retirement in 2012. She has worked at the Chicken Ranch, the Mustang Ranch (from 1994 to 1997), the Sagebrush Ranch, the Old Bridge Ranch, the Cherry Patch Ranch, Sheri's Ranch, the Kit Kat Guest Ranch, and the Moonlite Bunny Ranch since 2000. As a legal Nevada prostitute, she worked as an independent contractor who turned in half of her money made at the brothel to the house. She earned $10,000 to $50,000 a month. Amy often reminisced about her Air Force career, and persuaded her employer to offer a Military Appreciation Night: a special promotion for free sex to soldiers.. In January 2012, Air Force Amy announced her retirement from prostitution via her website.
Around the year 2000 Amy began to branch out in her sex worker career by appearing in pornographic magazines, a wide variety of TV talk shows and regularly guests on various nationally syndicated radio shows. She is a frequent guest on Howard Stern, Tyra Banks, and The Lex & Terry Show. She has written sex and relationship columns for Strip LV Magazine and ANE Weekly and a pornographic film, Lesbian Ho'Down at the Bunnyranch (2000), directed by Ron Jeremy. Air Force Amy was repeatedly featured in HBO's documentaries, Cathouse (2002), Cathouse 2 (2003), and Cathouse: The Series (2005), about the Moonlite Bunny Ranch. She was a prominent cast member in most episodes, and called "the all-time top earner" and "the master of the game". The "She's Got Game" episode (season 1, episode 5, first aired July 14, 2005), was an in depth personal profile. She also appeared in the 2004 BBC television program The Brothel, on the same subject, and the 2005 documentary Pornstar Pets.
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- "About Air Force Amy", official site. Retrieved Oct 24, 2009.
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