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The Hollywood madam who threatened to nail her clients months ago has finally named names, claiming Charlie Sheen and Jon Peters were among the entertainment industry big-shots who hired her $1,500 hookers.

And that's not all Heidi Fleiss had to say.Shannen Doherty wanted to hire prostitutes for her fiance's bachelor party, but only wanted to pay $200 apiece, Fleiss said, so she hung up on her. Her rates start at $1,500 a night, Vanity Fair reported in its February issue.

Doherty's publicist said Tuesday that the television actress did ask about hiring women, but not as prostitutes. Sheen didn't comment, and Peters couldn't be reached for comment.

Fleiss said her clients included U.S. politicians and rich Middle Eastern businessmen, but she didn't name them.

Fleiss has pleaded not guilty to five counts of pandering and one count of possessing cocaine for sale. Her lawyer says it isn't fair to prosecute her because men who buy prostitutes' services are rarely charged.

Fleiss, meanwhile, said Sheen was a gentleman who liked to hire call girls for his pals.

"He'd pay for all his friends," she said.

Sheen liked to hire a blonde dressed up in a cheerleader outfit who would pretend she had a big game the next day, Fleiss said.

Peters, the former head of Sony Pictures, "was the guy everyone went to when they wanted a girl," Fleiss said. "He got girls for everyone."

Doherty said she wanted girls who were "pretty - but not too pretty" for her fiance's party, Fleiss said.

Doherty publicist Stan Rosenfield called that account "distorted." "She wanted the girls to jump out of a cake or something."