Detective B.J. Fondel doesn't do much erotic fondling in this movie. In fact, her detective work is horrible too. Come to think of it, not too many positive this can be said about the mostly unerotic True Crimes Of Passion.
Director Kim Christy shows the exploits of Fondel, played by the busty Janey Robbins, as she goes on several investigative cases that involve a lesbian in bondage and a transsexual murderer.
The uninspired sexual antics that includes lesbian interplay and a three-way scene involving the transsexual, do nothing to upgrade a slim, overused plot. The grainy picture quality (probably done on 16mm) and static camera keep the proceedings boring. Only Janey Robbins (with her tattoo on her tummy) shows any acting potential in True Crimes Of Passion. However, she really needs a better script. There is one interesting ménage-a-trois scene at the end of the film; but it does little to save this movie.