By Britt Nelson

I remember the first time I met Bambi Angelina in mid-2013 when she was 31. I was sitting on my usual bar stool in front of the TV watching FOX News with a few friends at the Beatle Bar on the main drag in Jaco Beach. Out of the blue this tall gorgeous girl with shiny-straight-long black hair came in and sat down about 10 bar stools away wearing a white T-shirt, denim shorts with sandals. She asked for rum and coke and the lunch menu. I could not take my eyes off this woman. It was as if a lavishly winged Victoria’s Secret Angel floated into the bar. So quite naturally I went over and sat down next to one of the most beautiful Latino girls ever to walk the Earth. She was delightfully elegant.

I asked her name. She was annoyed and said “I’m not working.” I replied “Well … I’m not buying” and she giggled a bit. I ordered a beer and lunch, and didn’t move. I knew right away from natural instinct that this girl has a story to tell.

Little did I know her heartbreaking true story would develop to be one for the record book. I told her I was a retired newspaper writer and I was looking for a really great story. But nothing developed. She was very quiet that day and not interested in conversation. Lunch ended and she got up — said goodbye very politely — and walked away. I had introduced myself, but she never did tell me her name.

A few weeks later I saw her again. Bambi was working the notorious beachfront Hotel Cocal & Casino in Jaco and she looked dazzling — all 6-foot-4 — OMG! At the time I was taking a group of guys — from the states – bar hopping around Jaco and they wanted to go to all the hot spots.

There was Bambi Angelina in a full-length-silvery-low-cut-tight-fitting evening gown with diamond-studded, black-shiny stiletto heels. I asked right away if she remembered me from the Beatle Bar and her bright-green eyes locked with mine. Surprisingly she called me by name. Knowing I had one more shot I flat out told her I thought she had quite a story to tell and I wanted to be the one to tell it. She said in perfect English “We’ll be talking. Give me your phone number.” And I did. She said, “My name is Bambi” and we shook hands. She even gave me a little hug. A few days later she called me.

Gathering all the information for the Bambi Angelina story took several years. This story turned into a long piece of investigative reporting — my specialty. As her story unfolded before me several times she wept while she told me her seductive story about how she got started. How her mom forced her into prostitution at 16 — when she was a first-class concert pianist — and her subsequent transformation into a high-priced, executive-call-girl that traveled the world making tens-of-millions on the Hooker Highway mostly because of inheritances.

Through mutual trust I was able to put her bombshell-ending Christian story of redemption and forgiveness together — a story she ultimately wanted shared without recognition or reward. Her true identity remains a secret mostly because many men and some women are still looking for her love. She is living a new abundant life far from Costa Rica – with husband and children. When they travel she calls for a private jet to be waiting at the airport.

She never wanted to be a hooker. All she wanted to be in life was a music teacher and now she is. Bambi’s amazing success was her revenge.

A “Bambi Angelina” book review – “A friend of mine ordered your book in hard copy so I read his copy. Once I got started I — like my friend – could not put it down. You tell a very fast-paced story so well. I became all wrapped up in this woman’s life like I was there. That’s not easy for a writer. I wanted to shake some sense into Bambi’s mother. I, too, wanted to punch that guy out and run off with the girl. I, too, wanted to go to church with her. I can easily see this Bambi story on the big screen. How could it not be a big hit! Big money, big egos and a beautiful woman with a surprise happy ending celebrating the Lord.” – Dan Seneca – Brooklyn, New York City. Google: ‘Bambi Angelina, Costa Rica’ — Easy to find.

Nelson has published his Bambi Angelina Story on Amazon.com (Kindle) plus hard copies are available anywhere in the world through a publisher in Colorado.

In the USA: https://www.mcdesignprint.com/product/237

Worldwide: https://www.mcdesignprint.com/product/240

There also is The Bambi Angelina Story Facebook page where Nelson keeps followers up-to-date with developments of Bambi Angelina: The Movie which is now under screenplay adaptation by Christian filmmaker Nickolas Alexander of Oregon.

https://www.facebook.com/The-Bambi-Angelina-Story-1088379937988216/

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