TOMMY LEE Confirms Plans For Tell-All Book On Marriage To PAMELA

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has confirmed that he is in discussions with several publishers to dish all the dirt on his marriage to Pamela Anderson. "I'm in NYC meeting with book publishers for my new book that will be coming out next year!!" Lee wrote in a Feb. 24 online journal entry at www.joysmayhem.com. "Gonna be killer!"

TOMMY LEE's solo band are currently on an indefinite hiatus as they sort out a new record deal following their split with MCA Records last year. Lee is believed to have already demoed several new songs at his home studio, Tommyland, for possible inclusion on the upcoming CD, which is unlikely to surface before the end of the year at the earliest.

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