NIKKI SIXX's Wife In Sex-Video Shocker! Photos Available

A never-before-seen sex video featuring Donna D'Errico, wife of MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx, is scheduled to go online next week, according to the web site Although Donna's "partner" in the video has never been officially identified, rumor has it that it is the lead singer from SUBPOENA. Check out a few (non-graphic) stills from the video at this location.

Commented MÖTLEY CRÜE's webmaster Shaun: "Guess this was recorded before Donna learned about the importance of erasing the tapes! See, Jim Rome brings this up and two weeks later it's on the net!!!!"

In related news, Sixx, D'Errico and their sons were on hand for the screening of "Comic Book: The Movie" on Wednesday (January 21) at Laemlle Sunset 5 Theatre in West Hollywood, California. Check out pictures from Wire Image.


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