How do you cover up an insurance scam and claim the money, concealing the fact that you have committed a murder? Simple! You sleep with every person involved, from the investigating officer to the judge assigned to the case. It is really easy, if you are a gorgeous young female, who has just disposed of her 50+ husband, with the help of her fitness instructor.
But the fitness instructor may turn jealous, one of the cops involved may not be interested in taking the offer you are making, another cop may want something more than the one night stand you offered... the troubles that may arise are endless.
Paygirl is such a story of Nora Woods who murders her husband with the help of Chuck, her gym instructor. But the cops are suspicious as Nora stands to gain a lot from the death. Nora is desperate and so readily sleeps with anyone, who may cause her imprisonment. But she soon realizes that committing a murder may be easy, but getting away with it is not.
Numerous love scenes punctuate the movie at regular intervals, with typical American swear words, where calling someone a bitch is being polite, because you haven't called her something worse. The plot is old and hackneyed, with indifferent performances. The audiences, though, were more than happy with the steamy scenes, which surprisingly escaped the censors' merciless scissors.