CLAIM: Prostitute hired by Vegas shooter speaks out on his violent sex passions

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REPORT — According to the UK-based Daily Mail, which released some of the first photos of the hotel room used by Stephen Paddock in Las Vegas, a local prostitute speaking anonymously has revealed the deranged sexual fantasies of the mass shooter.

Paddock, who is a retired accountant and professional gambler, killed 58 people and injured almost 500 others who were attending a country music festival outside the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino Sunday evening.

The unnamed call girl said she would spend hours gambling with Paddock, who would take her back to his room and have aggressive sex with her after winning streaks.

According to the Daily Mail, she described the sex as “really aggressive and violent” and even said he asked her to live out rape fantasies.

Reportedly, Paddock bragged about his bank robber father saying that “the bad streak is in my blood” and “I was born bad”.

The escort, who said Paddock paid her $6,000-a-time for their meetings, also had texts in which he described tying her up “while you scream for help”.

After family members made known Paddock’s tendency toward Vegas prostitutes, the escort came forward. Officials are still trying to determine if Paddock ordered one in the days before the shooting. A receipt from Paddock’s hotel room showed two people ordered room service in the days before the attack.

Earlier, NBC News had reported a mysterious charger that did not match any of Paddock’s cellphones – raising the possibility that another person had been with Paddock beforehand.

However, later police said that they have now matched all the cell phones and all the chargers and that they belong to Paddock.

It was earlier revealed that Benjamin Paddock, Stephen’s father, was an FBI most-wanted bank robber and confidence man known as “Big Daddy”.

At the time, Stephen’s mother tried desperately to shield her young son, saying, “We’re trying to keep Steve from knowing his father is held as a bank robber,” a neighbor told the Tucson Daily Citizen on July 29, 1960. “I hardly know the family, but Steve is a nice boy. It’s a terrible thing.”

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