(NEW YORK) — Lana Fuchs, the Las Vegas entrepreneur who told 20/20 she routinely bribed her kids with million-dollar parties and VIP tickets to the Grammy awards, will be featured on a reality show scheduled to premiere on TLC in December.
Vegas High Rollers will focus on Fuchs and four other prominent Las Vegas women in an attempt to take viewers behind the curtain of the flashy city.
“We have been filming for several weeks now. It’s so much fun!” Fuchs said in an email.
Fuchs owns and runs Billionaire Mafia Enterprises — a clothing brand, record label and concierge service. Her interests include diamonds, guns and a pet monkey named Mikey.
Fuchs told 20/20 that while she bribed her kids with expensive items, she also insisted that they work hard.
“They say bribing, I say rewarding,” she said.
Fuchs said she believes the tactic reinforces the behavior she’d like to see, motivating her children to aim for and reach higher goals.
“My children get praise, love, affection and gifts,” Fuchs said.
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