Frank Sinatra's former call girl talks about her life behind the scenes

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Updated: 7/18/2013 6:48 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Frank Sinatra is famous for entertaining with the Rat Pack in Las Vegas back in the day, but many people don't know about his life behind the scenes. News 4 sat down with a former Rat Pack party girl, and has her story of her life with Frank.

Back in 1960, Jane McCormick, or Janie as she was known back then, was just a blonde-haired naive teenager, but soon that would all change.

"When I got to Vegas, it was like, I met all these really neat people," McCormick says.

It was in Vegas, she says, that she became a regular at ritzy casinos like the The Sands.

"I look back and I say 'Gee, I was almost like a commodity in that hotel,' to keep the guys there gambling, to keep the guys there having fun."

And one of those guys was Frank Sinatra. 

"When they were shooting Ocean's Eleven, Frank Sinatra saw me across the room, and one of the gals that Frank knew said 'Well, I'll go talk to her'," McCormick says.

For the next 13 years, McCormick says she became Frank's personal call girl every time he came to Vegas.

"We got along like two peas in a pod. Frank and I were just, oh, we got along really good."

She says she'd spend months at a time with him while he entertained in Vegas clubs.

 "George, his valet, used to call me and say 'Frank's coming into town, so be here,' and I'd say 'OK, I'll be coming right over,'" McCormick says.

Being with Frank, she says, came a bit of fame, and loads of money.

"The money gets so big, that you can't get out of it," McCormick says. "I was making an average of a half a million dollars a year in the 1960s. I mean, that's astronomical money."

But she says it wasn't all glamorous. Years later, she now speaks out against prostitution and the toll it takes on young girls.

"It's a pretty dark life. It's truth and it needs to be talked about," McCormick says.

And even though she admits it was a crazy life, she says she has no regrets.

"He was fun, Frank was fun for me."

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Jane McCormick - 8/5/2013 6:22 PM
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I am the lady that was Franks gal back in the day. I am hoping to change the way men look at the working girl =. She Is a victim of many abusive treatments she is put on drugs and then cared to death to tell on her pimp afraid he will kill her children or mom or dad. You have no idea how afraid she really feel in that life. Voices In The Life is a real play to tell the true story about the life of a prostutute
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