Vegas Prostitute Says She Knew Vegas Shooter - Reveals Violent Fantasies

A prostitute who claims to have spent hours in Las Vegas with mass shooter Stephen Paddock said he has violent rape fantasies and told her that he was "born bad" and that “the bad streak is in my blood.”

The 27-year-old prostitute said the 64-year-old Paddock would rant about conspiracy theories and believed 9/11 was orchestrated by the U.S. government, according to The Daily Mail.

The escort said she was paid $6,000-a-time for their meetings. She had texts from Paddock where he described tying her up “while you scream for help.” The Sun newspaper reviewed the prostitute’s text messages. She wanted to remain anonymous.

Officials involved in the investigation said Paddock may have hired an escort in the days prior to the massacre.

The prostitute said that Paddock talked about his father, Benjamin Paddock, who was an FBI most-wanted bank robber. Benjamin Paddock has been described as psychopathic and dangerous and suicidal. Stephen Paddock was seven years old when his father was captured by the FBI for a string of bank robberies.

“When I first met Stephen I had left an abusive relationship and was starting all over again with nothing but the clothes I was wearing,” the prostitute told The Sun. “He seemed like he wanted to help. We would go to the casinos together and he would spend hours drinking and gambling.

“But when he would have a winning streak, we would go back and have really aggressive and violent sex,” she said.

The Sun reported that Paddock bragged in text messages about his father being a bank robber.

Paddock said in a text to the prostitute: “I didn’t have anything really to do with him but the bad streak is in my blood. I was born bad.”

The prostitute saw Paddock about nine times from November 2015 to June 2016 until the relationship ended.

Officer Charleston Hartfield was murdered in the Las Vegas shooting. Before he was killed, he wrote a book,, ‘Memoirs of a Public Servant‘, which has received positive reviews. Let’s see if we can make it a #1 best-seller and help support his family.

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