A contestant the new season of "The Apprentice" was a pricey Vegas stripper with a sordid past, the Web site smokinggun.com reports.
But back in 1995, she stripped under the name Ecstasy at the Club Palomino. There she met California trucking executive Robert Acremant, who became obsessed with her.
But Acremant was soon outspending his $50,000 annual salary and turned to crime to finance his obsession.
He killed three people during robbery attempts and was sentenced to death, the Smoking Gun reported. Wartenberg was a witness in his California trial.
Trump and "Apprentice" producer Mark Burnett told the New York Post they were aware of her past as a stripper, but did not know about link to Acremant.
"We'll look into that situation," Trump told the Post.