Leola McConnell, the former dominatrice and militant for civil equality for people of all sexual orientations — who claimed in her memoir, “Lustful Utterances,” to have had S&M sex with George Bush in the 1980s — is feared by friends to be missing, according to this unsubstantiated report:
“I hide from no man. I fear no mortal man of flesh and blood, regardless of the title he wears.”
Several people who regularly communicate with her have told us they have not heard from her in a few weeks, and attempts by us to reach her have been unsuccessful to date. McConnell had told friends recently that she was growing increasingly concerned that her allegations about politicos who had used her services would somehow cause her harm.
Ominously, in a defiant email last spring, McConnell wrote:
A recent article in a tabloid newspaper, The Globe, claimed I was in hiding in fear for my life. Well, I hide from no man. I fear no mortal man of flesh and blood, regardless of the title he wears.
McConnell also claims to have firsthand knowledge that Bush had an affair in the mid-1980s with Victor Ashe, the former mayor of Knoxville, Tenn., who has served as the Bush’s ambassador to Poland since 2004.
In an article about McConnell’s book last month, I wrote, “What is evident is that McConnell has no hard copy evidence that she whipped the future president and called him bad names. Proof of this: She is neither fabulously wealthy and quiet, nor dead.”
I hope I was wrong — on all counts.