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Born: 12/27/1973
Aliases: Tabatha, Celine Lydie, Tabatah Cash, Celyne Lidie, Celine, Tabitha Cash, Ce'line, Ce'line Duval, Lydia Ce'line, Tabetha Cash, Celine Duval

Ethnicity: Black
Country of Origin: France France Ile-de-France Saint-Denis
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Height: 168 cm - 5 feet and 6 inches
Weight: 58 kg.
Measurements: 38D-23-33
Fake Boobs: Yes
Tattoos: Right tit
Birth-name: Celine Barbe
Tabatha Cash (Celine Barb) grew up in slums south of Paris. A teenage thief, she hit the metros, airports and streets, taking wallets and purses. She also stole clothes and other goods from stores. Arrested at age 15, she was sent to prison for four months. "I'm not proud of having been in prison, but I am proud of not having been a victim. I have no regrets about that?. I would do anything for the things I want." (GQ)
A source: "When she was 17-18 yeas old, she was the girlfriend of Batskin, the leader of French skinheads. His real name is Serge Ayoub, his father was Turkish. When she was with him, she had a tatoo on her right tit. It was "the 3 seven" a kind of solar wheel, symbol of the South Afrikaans Nazis. Now she's got a rose put on this tatoo but you can still see the extremities of the seven on her."

At age seventeen, while married, Celine Barb acquired false papers and turned to porn. "I've always been the most expensive in the business," she lies. "They couldn't use me for the whole movie, I was too expensive, so they would just use me for one or two scenes. The rest would be filmed with other girls? It was ok. I was a prostitute. I sold my ass."

Tabatha told a series of whopping lies to Jack Barron of Loaded magazine which ran his story in its October, 1994 issue, including that she was a law student at university when she turned to porn.

"I called myself Cash because I always needed it. I love money. I spent it on flats [apartments] and other good stuff. No, I won't tell you how much I get into bed for, or how much I earn for a movie. I can tell though that I am the most expensive girl in France and the most important.

"I've never had any problems in front of the camera. I always knew the pornographic business is bullshit and that the actors and actresses are all are assholes and bitches. I knew what I had to offer and what I wanted out of the business.

"I don't have sex with anybody else now except the man of my life. Before, I only had sex for business or with my man? I do not do orgies in private.

"American actors are more professional than European ones. The men are all stupid though and the women are all horrible. I never lie about my life. I did the business for cash. I don't like sex just for sex, though I do like sex for love. When I was with my husband, I though it was possible to separate the two lives - the professional and the personal. But now I'm really in love, I know that isn't possible.

"I only had fake orgasms [on camera]. I'm a good actress. The guys who work in that business are so ugly and so stupid they are victims because they don't have anywhere else to make money. They only have their cock to work with, and if they didn't have that, they'd be homeless. It's the same for the girls, they have to choose between working in a coffee shop or doing porno. They're poor people. They're victims and they are not in my life." (Loaded magazine 10-94)

Cash did women on screen, but not in her private life. "I hate women? When I was on a set, I'd fight against anything I didn't like. If I didn't like an actor or actress, I always asked for them to be out of my movie. After the first year, I stopped doing anal.

"I asked for lots of money so they had to give less to the other actors and actresses to pay me. They might use my face and body but I took the money. I sold my body but not my brain or my soul. So I did the exploiting."

Tabatha specialized in receiving monster facial shots. In Raunch 6, Tom Byron showers her after a romp on a stairway, leaving her face glistening. "As usual, his pop is watered down, but his spread is far-reaching. Nothing can compare to the blanket job she gets as part of Gang Bang Girl 9. The star of the last segment, she goes through the requisite group grind, then has seven schlongs rain down on her as she massages each spill into her creamy skin. She makes enough babbling noises to make you think she's an infant getting her first taste of mother's milk. Cash is a cum-drinking slut and has a hearty new pussy with an insatiable appetite."

Tabatha starred in 150 hardcore flicks, mostly in Europe where she's a big star. Though raised in poverty, she says her childhood was free of drug use or abuse. "Porn was the fastest way I found to get out of my environment. It was purely for money."

Born in 1973 from a Japanese father and Italian mother, the French brunette snorted two grams of cocaine a day during her performing days (1990-93) but now claims she clean and sober. Tabatha appears on rap CDs with Euro-star M.C. Solar. Cash's second husband Frank Vardan publishes magazines, many of them pornographic such as AVN's European counterpart Hot Video.

Her career boomed in May 1993 when she won an award at the Hot D'Or, porn's version of the Cannes Film Festival. "Tabatha became the darling of Hot Video magazine," writes AFW, "capturing the interest and hard-on of the publisher, making her one of the most publicized cover models ever in the French men's magazine industry."

Soon after she landed her first mainstream job on the cable TV network Canal Plus, in a raunchy version of You've Been Framed. Next came her radio show, and a mainstream movie Rai about a young ambitious girl who grows up in a city south of Paris. Tabatha insists it is not autobiographical.

During 1994 she hosted a highly rated show on French radio station Skyrock where she gave advice about sex. One caller asked her, "What is anal sex?" Tabatha promoted breast implants, and told one man whose girlfriend screamed too loud during sex, to "shove her head into the pillow."

"I have a lot of experience for someone 21," she told GQ in 1994. "And I'm not a judge, I'm not Jesus. I'm just Tabatha. And nobody can shock me. I've seen so many things that I can't be shocked."

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Though raised in poverty, she says her childhood was free of drug use or abuse. "Porn was the fastest way I found to get out of my environment. It was purely for money." And as she said to CyberMax: "I needed money because I have always been a big spender. I was still at school when I was offered to pose for nude photos. It was easy money and I could make more in one day than in a month with a regular job. The lure of gain overcame any resistance I could have. From 18 to 20 I faced what I was doing. And then I could look at myself in the mirror every morning thinking, --You're a bitch!"

Tabatha Cash grew up in the ghetto of the Cit6 Massy, a sprawl of urban slums south of Paris. Her father was Japanese and her mother Italian. As a teenage thief she hit the metros, airports and streets, taking wallets and purses. She also stole clothes and stuff from the stores. Arrested at age 15, she was sent to a young offenders' prison for four months. "I'm not proud of having been in prison, but I am proud of not having been a victim. I have no regrets about thatÖ I would do anything for the things I want." (GQ magazine).

At the age of seventeen she was the girlfriend of "Batskin" aka Serge Ayoub, a Turkish immigrant and the infamous leader of a bunch of French skinheads. When she was with him, she had a tattoo on her right breast. It was "the three seven", a kind of solar wheel, the symbol of the South Afrikaans Nazis. Later she got a new tattoo of a rose cover over to hide the original sin.

Tabatha Cash both married at the age of seventeen (and later divorced) and acquired false papers to be able turn to porn. "Even if I arrived there (in the porn industry) by chance, I never felt like a victim. The day I crossed the Rubicon, I thought a lot before and after, but then I never called it into question..." She is believed to have starred in about 150 hardcore flicks, mostly in Europe where she had some fame, specially in France, a career that lasted only two till three years, from when she was 18 to 21 years old. Her measurements was 97-57-84 for 50 kg and 1.70 m at the time (or 38-23-33, 22.7 lbs, 5 foot 7 inches).

She snorted two grams of cocaine a day during her performing days (1990-93), but later claims she is both clean and sober. She also did several American flicks such as "Raunch 6", "The Rehearsal" and "Gang Bang Girl 9" with name as John Leslie, Seymore Butts and Ed Powers. She specialized in receiving monster facial shots. According to herself she stopped doing anal after her first year in porn and later also women. "I only had fake orgasms [on camera]," she said to Loaded. "I'm a good actress. The guys who work in that business are so ugly and so stupid they are victims because they don't have anywhere else to make money. The men are all stupid and the women are all horrible."

Her career boomed in May 1993 when she won an award at the Hot D'Or, porn's version of the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or, for the movie "RÍves De Cuir 2" (meaning "Leather Dreams 2"). "Tabatha became the darling of Hot Video magazine," writes AFW, "capturing the interest and hard-on of the publisher, making her one of the most publicized cover models ever in the French men's magazine industry." Her second husband Frank Vardan publishes magazines, mostly pornographic such as AVN's European counterpart "Hot Video".

Soon after she landed her first mainstream job on the cable TV network Canal Plus, in a raunchy version of "You've Been Framed". More surprising was her part in a mainstream movie about the suburbs titled "Rai", about a young ambitious girl, a second generation Algerian immigrant, who grows up in a city south of Paris and wants to get ahead in life. The movie is not autobiographical. Tabatha also appeared on a music CD with the rap-artist M. C. Solar.

During 1994 she hosted a highly rated radio show on the French station Skyrock where she gave sexual advice and quick instructions to insecure French youths. On the show Tabatha promoted breast implants, and told one caller who talked about his girlfriend's loudly amorous moaning during sex that he could "shove her head into the pillow."

What Tabatha have done since she retired from the public is not known, but according to herself she was "not made for work.." At the time she wanted at least three or four children and to stay at home and be a mother...


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