Blaze Starr, a burlesque icon and stripper whose affair with a colorful Louisiana governor was the basis for a Hollywood movie, has died at the age of She had experienced heart problems in recent years. Starr, however, became better known for what happened when she landed at the Sho-Bar club in New Orleans, where she famously had an affair with Louisiana Gov. Earl K.
Blaze Starr dies at 83; stripper known for affair with Gov. Earl Long
Stripper Blaze Starr, linked to La. governor, dead at 83 - margaretroseschoolofdance.com
AP — Blaze Starr, a burlesque icon and stripper whose affair with a s-era Louisiana governor gained notoriety for both parties, died Monday at age Starr's nephew, Earsten Spaulding, said she died at her Wilsondale, W. That's where Starr famously had an affair with Louisiana Gov. Earl K.
Blaze Starr, burlesque dancer linked to Gov. Long, dies
Blaze Starr, the burlesque icon who rose from notoriety to infamy through her s affair with a Louisiana governor, passed away Monday at Earl K. Long, according to The Associated Press. In addition to dancing, Starr was a fan of mushroom and ginseng hunting, and played the banjo, her nephew said.
The national trend of exotic dancers suing their employers for wage violations has reached the Miami Valley. Jessica Wagoner recently filed a federal lawsuit against the owners of New York New York Cabaret in Franklin, alleging the club failed to pay applicable minimum wage and overtime rates during her four-month stint at the club. Dozens of such lawsuits have been filed in federal courts around the country.