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In bed with every mobster is his wife or his goomara and often even both.
Sometimes the mobster’s sex partner was in business with him all the way; even if it means her breaking a few laws in the process.
“Mob Molls – Beautiful Broads with Brass Balls – Volume 1” first features Mob Moll, Arlyne Weiss Brinkman, who spent more time on her back serving mobsters than Michelangelo did painting the Sistine Chapel.
FBI agent, Oliver Halle, Arlyne’s FBI handler, once said of Arlyne, “Arlyne was unintimidated when talking to mob guys. She was not afraid to ask the tough questions. Arlyne was one of a kind. She stands out in a class by herself. Nobody can even come close. ”
However, several mobsters did get too close to Arlyne, and they paid for their sexual escapades with severe jail time, which, to some, amounted to a life sentence.
Arlyne Weiss Brinkman was beautiful and racy alright. But, as many mobsters discovered to their dismay, Arlyne had brass balls bigger than most wise guys twice her size.
The second Mob Moll covered here is Texas Guinan – The Queen of the Prohibition Night Clubs.
Guinan started out as a singing female cowboy in Hollywood in the second decade of the Twentieth Century. But on January 17, 1920, after the Eighteenth Amendment (Amendment XVIII) of the United States Constitution effectively established the prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the United States by declaring illegal the production, transport and sale of alcohol (though not the consumption or private possession), the blond, beautiful, and voluptuous Guinan segued into the land of the speakeasy nightclub, where she became the most popular club owner on the East Coast of America
Of course, where there’s money to be made, and Prohibition was a cash cow for the mob, gangsters from various ethnic groups, including Owney “The Killer” Madden and Lucky Luciano, got their claws into Guinan. And, to keep her nightclubs packed and productive, Guinan played ball with the bad guys, and she abided by all the rules.
Unlike Arlyne Weiss Brinkman, Guinan never became a rat. And when she died unexpectedly from a sudden illness, the New York Mob gave Guinan a sendoff funeral worthy of the biggest mobsters of her time.