Sex worker suspect in Nevada brothel shooting identified as former ‘Hustler’ cover model

Nevada officials have identified a former “Hustler” cover model as a woman who was arrested Monday night in connection with a shooting at the famous Moonlight Bunny Ranch brothel. HBO’s early 2000s ‘Cat House’ reality series.

According to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office, Savannah Henderson, known by the stage name Tiara Te, has been accused of being a convicted felon for possession of firearms, drug possession, and where others could be endangered. He faces four counts of releasing firearms in the city and obstructing security forces.

The legislator responded to the report that fight between two workers At a brothel on Monday night, officials said. The 911 caller said he heard gunshots around 9:37 p.m., and heard more when law enforcement arrived. No one was hurt, but the suspect remained in the room for about three hours.

She eventually surrendered after a SWAT team and crisis negotiators arrived along with other aid agencies, the sheriff’s office said in a statement.

Female employee arrested after shooting at Moonlight Bunny Ranch brothel in Nevada: report

Man and woman smiling at movie premiere.

Tony Clifton and Tiara Te attend the premiere of ‘Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond’ during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival at the Winter Garden Theater on September 11, 2017 in Toronto.

Bail for the 28-year-old has been set at just over $86,000. It wasn’t immediately clear if she posted it or hired an attorney.


Lyon County Sheriff Brad Pope said In a statement earlier Tuesday, he said there was “no current threat” to the public.

The sheriff’s office asks anyone with additional information about the incident to call 775-577-5206 or submit the information anonymously to

Henderson was the March 2019 cover model for ‘Hustler’ magazine, and according to her website, she was featured in the magazine in 2018 and has appeared in smaller publications.

Dennis Hoff, Nevada brothel owner, dies at 72

Moonlite BunnyRanch was owned by Dennis Hof prior to his death in 2018. According to IMDB, he was featured in his HBO series “Cat House” which ran from 2005 to 2008.

Man and woman smiling at movie premiere.

Tiara Te attends the 2017 Creative Coalition Spotlight Initiative Gala Awards Dinner in Toronto on September 9, 2017.

A month after he died of a heart attack, Hoff scored his famous victory. Nevada Legislative ElectionIn 2015, NBA player Lamar Odom was found unconscious at the Hoffs Love Ranch brothel, which authorities later closed twice over licensing disputes.


In 2009, a 22-year-old former Moonlite BunnyRanch employee shot down With three others at the Oklahoma City shooting. Brooke Phillips and another victim were pregnant at the time.

Fox News’ Landon Mion, Mariah Haas, AP contributed to this report.