Believed to have tenuous connections to the Royal House of Moldavia, JakiBlue* was raised by a group of intelligent hairless chimpanzees in the heart of the Amazon forest, only being discovered one day in her sixteenth year by the famous explorer, Captain R. Burroughs.
Unleashed upon the civilized world by Captain Burroughs, JakiBlue turned her considerable talents to writing, and her debut book 326 Things to do with a Stuffed and Mounted Michael Flately spent 36 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller List.
A further six books also spent time there, although sadly, her non-fiction book Supermodels Can Act! didn't enjoy much success. Due mainly to the fact that the buying public believed it to be a work of fiction.
It was during this time, that tragedy struck. Bad book sales sent her into a spiral of depression, and it wasn't long before her addiction to '80's Teen Idol, Joey Lawrence, became common knowledge to her adoptive family and friends.
Pushing aside their horror, they sent her to the successful 'Really Bad '80's Teen Idols Addiction Clinic' where amongst the sad tales of Corey Feldman, Adam Ant, Jason Priestly and Michael J Fox addictions, she battled her demons and finally emerged, triumphant.
Part of her therapy included making intimate adult toys with Lego®, a hobby that she has translated into a world-wide successful business.
JakiBlue is currently working on her autobiography of her time among the apes, tentatively called Life with Danny Bonaduce.