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When I first interviewed her a couple of years ago, Karrine Steffans was making the transition from Hip-Hop ho to legitimate Hollywood actress.She was then enjoying her big screen debut as Larenz Tate's wife in A Man Apart, an action-adventure flick starring Vin Diesel.
This memoir -- part tell-all, part cautionary tale -- shows how Karrinne came to be the confidante of so many, why she kept their secrets, and how she found herself in Hollywood after a life marked by physical abuse, rape, and drugs -- all before she was twenty-six. KW: Yeah, like in the book, you hid the identity of a very famous lover of yours you called Papa. KS: At this point it's inappropriate, because of a promise I made to him that he would remain anonymous. KS: What I will say for my readers is that Confessions has a really big clue about who he is. It's kind of surprised me that people find what I said so amazing, because people who are inside of the industry know all the stuff that I could've said. He had hundreds at that time, and I'm sure thousands over the years as he traveled the world. He even told me he wasn't a womanizer, but that he was saving himself for the right woman. KS: I'm not uncomfortable about anything I've put in the book. They’re from stages of my life, and all of that is relevant to this book. For the last four years, he's spent every day with me. Then, I'm writing a novel for next summer, I believe. I already started a book on relationships, on being a woman, and how we mess up our relationships trying to be too independent. Marcus, in her one and only scene in the porn industry.
During that tame tete-a-tete, she never let on about the sordid, suicidal, sexually-depraved, alcohol and drug-addicted life she had been leading, despite being a single-mom.
Nor did she discuss bottoming-out after an overdose which left her broke, blacklisted and living in a car with her little boy.
With gripping, personal accounts of tragic, heart-wrenching, sexually boundless, ultra-erotic, emotionally numbing, mind thrilling, and scintillating experiences, the featured writers narrow the divide between what people project and what they protect. One is ignorance, because I have become accustomed to speaking to very intelligent people like Gore Vidal and Al Franken on a regular basis, since dating Bill Maher.
It serves as a series of precautionary tales, as well as proof of life and the parallels of the human condition, regardless of our socioeconomic stations. Acting doesn't belong to you, if you're not the writer or the director. Therefore, when I'm in an interview with someone who is not intelligent, but flat-out ignorant, idiotic and stupid, or just an ass, it really gives me a headache. KS: I've walked out on interviews, when they’re so beneath me and what I'm trying to say.