The daughters of a Hollywood private detective convicted of federal wiretapping have landed their own reality TV show.
The three daughters of Anthony Pellicano - who was convicted in August (08) - will be followed in forthcoming U.S. series The Pellicano Girls, as they try to fund their extravagant lifestyles and attempt to run his private investigation company while he is in jail.
Alana, 21, Tori, 18, and Josi, 17 will star in the series alongside their mother, Pellicano's wife, Kat, according to the New York Post.
Pellicano and entertainment lawyer Terry Christensen were accused of secretly recording phone conversations of billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian's ex-wife, Lisa Bonder Kerkorian, in an effort to disprove her claims that the businessman was the father of her daughter.
Pellicano was convicted of federal racketeering and other charges in May (08).
Comedian Chris Rock and top Hollywood agent Michael Ovitz admitted to hiring the private detective but insisted they had no idea about his illegal practices, testifying at his trial, which began in February (08).
Pellicano is scheduled for sentencing on Monday (15Dec08) and faces up to 10 years behind bars.
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