This celebrity massage therapist has become famous for her unusual technique – which involves her BITING her clients’ bums.
As the footage shows, Dorothy Stein takes deep bites on people’s backs and bottoms as they lay on her massage bed.
Known as Dr Dot, the 48-year-old says she first used her unique skills on musician Frank Zappa to nab a ticket to his concert and meet her meet her favourite rock stars backstage.
Since then she says she has massaged – and bitten – an impressive roster of stars, including Kanye West , the late David Bowie , Rhianna, Keith Richards , Gwen Stefani , Eminem and Oasis – who were “massage virgins”.
Dr Dot, from New Jersey, made her first forays into therapeutic biting at the age of five, encouraged by her “hippy” mother.
She said: “She wanted me to massage her but my hands weren’t strong enough, so she just kept on saying ‘Bite me! Bite me!’
“So I’ve been doing this my whole life.”
At 15, Dr Dot gave her first backstage massage to rock band Def Leppard .
She said: “I wanted to get into shows for free and meet the people who wrote the lyrics that were so close to my heart.
“It was a choice of either blow jobs or money or massage. So I chose massage.”
She claims a certain British music mogul is a big fan.
She said: “He loves a gentle bite massage”.
Other celebrities demand a more “sensual” approach.
Dr Dot says that one female rockstar demands her to: ‘Massage my t***, Dot’,” she said, adding: “I’ve never bitten boobs though.”
Dr Dot has traded her services to see over 3,000 concerts for free.
Giving free massages helped build her reputation, and she now charges around $150 (£100) for a massage session – with no extra fee for biting.
Dr Dot says she isn’t fazed by unpleasant odours or bodily responses.
“I’ve seen it all and smelt it all,” she explained.
Dr Dot usually starts her sessions with biting – she describes it as the “appetiser to the full meal”.
She bites their backs and buttocks, before rubbing oil on their skin and moving on to a more traditional massage.
Currently writing a memoir of her experiences, Dr Dot is proud the technique she pioneered is gaining ground.
She now has an army of employees – 1,000 “Dot Bots” trained in bite massage who deploy their services all around the world.