Charlotte Laws has authored bestselling books as well as over a hundred articles in noted publications, such as the Washington Post, Salon, the L.A. Daily News, Huffington Post, Gawker, Newsweek, and the Los Angeles Times. She starred on the NBC show, The Filter, and has been a weekly political commentator on BBC television for the past four years. She has appeared on CNN, Nightline, Fox News, MSNBC, Oprah Winfrey, The Late Show and Larry King Live, and has been the subject of articles in the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the New York Post, the Guardian, the Associated Press, and the New Yorker, to name a few.
Laws was a Los Angeles politician for eight years and worked with the FBI. She has experimented with 28 different occupations, some of them quite unusual. She has been an actress, a cab driver, a private investigator, a stand up comic, a backup singer for an Elvis imitator, a city commissioner, an executive director for a legal corporation, and a bodyguard for a prostitute.
Laws penned the award-winning books, Rebel in High Heels and Devil in the Basement, and she was voted one of the “thirty fiercest women in the world” by BuzzFeed. She has a doctorate from the University of Southern California as well as two master’s degrees and two bachelor’s degrees. She completed post-doctoral work at Oxford University, England.
Laws is an internationally-known animal advocate and anti-revenge porn activist (often called “The Erin Brockovich of revenge porn”). She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, her three rescue dogs, and an assortment of rescue hens.