The Maybelline Prince
Evelyn Williams of Maybelline Cosmetic fame possessed beauty, magnetism and allure that drove men crazy. With her was an enigmatic Danie King; together they created a media frenzy bar none—until jealousy and resentment led to stories of orgies, twisted sex, drugs, Mafia hits—and the mystery of the Maybelline Queen’s fiery death. An uncut version of that time and making of the Maybelline Prince. More
The 1970s were known for free love and experimentation of all kinds. Few cared if you were gay, straight, bisexual or transgender. It was the era of “sex, drugs & rock ‘n’ roll.” In the midst of all this appeared a woman who had turned the head of Al Capone, married into the famous Maybelline company, and possessed more than enough beauty, magnetism and allure to make men do most anything.
When Evelyn F. Williams and her enigmatic young male companion arrived in Hot Springs, Arkansas, they took over the famous town in a whirlwind of lights, rock ‘n’ roll, cameras, beautiful people and a grand lifestyle. They created a media frenzy wherever they went—until jealousy and resentment led to stories of orgies, twisted sex, drugs, Mafia hits…and the mystery of the Maybelline Queen’s fiery death, which some still call an unsolved murder.
This is the uncut version of that high-living time written by the young man who lived it with Evelyn—the man who was supposed to “never be heard from again”—Danné Montague-King, a.k.a., “The Maybelline Prince”—who went on to found a skincare dynasty of his own. Hobnobbing with decadent bluebloods, politicians, movie stars and social activists, Danné amassed a large and loyal following the world over.
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