NIKKI SIXX's Ex-Wife: 'He Is Very Good At Manipulation And Using Words To His Advantage'
A non-jury trial is currenty underway in Los Angeles concerning financial issues and property division in the divorce of MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx and actress/model Donna D'Errico. According to CBS2.com, Sixx testified Thursday (September 20) that he was told his former wife previously worked as a prostitute and a stripper, and that she was a spendthrift. "I heard she was doing high-end call girl work," Sixx said. "I was freaking out. Your head starts to spin. We have a child together."
In a recent interview with the Narcissistic Abuse web site, Donna spoke about her marriage to Sixx and the reasons for its eventual collapse. "I raised Nikki's three kids for 10 years and came to love them very much," she is quoted as saying. "When we separated, I rented a house large enough for all of them to come visit. They never came. I was devastated and couldn't understand why until I found out he was telling them things about me that weren't true. He told them I kept them from their biological mom. That just wasn't true, but it made a good story — and made me look bad. He is very good at manipulation and using words to his advantage. . . Nikki was always making up stories about me that were just outrageous and I felt I had to rebut each one. It became scary to see how he defined me with his stories."
Read Donna's entire interview with the Narcissistic Abuse web site at this location.
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