TOMMY LEE's Letter From Jail Being Auctioned
The New York Post reports an undated note MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee penned to a pal about ex-wife Pamela Anderson during a jail stint is being auctioned at ItsOnlyRockNRoll.com. "My bitch ain't got no cla$$ or heart left, she sucks," Lee complained in the letter. "She says I'm still going through with the divorce. I was like, no [bleeping] way! Damn Bro! After I do my jail time, anger management sessions, therapy, etc. — my nerves are shot... [Bleep] Bitches."
As previously reported, Lee will collaborate with People's Liberation, Inc., the designer of high-end casual apparel under the brand names People's Liberation and William Rast, to create a limited-edition clothing group called "PL for TL". The clothing line will consist of a range of denim, hooded sweatshirts and hats for both men and women and will combine modern tailoring with an edgy, yet super sleek fit. The inspiration of the "PL for TL" group is the artistic elements of Tommy Lee's tattoos. The knits and denim will have authentic detailing influenced by Tommy's unique aesthetic. Tommy Lee will also be intimately involved in the design and development of the products and will make a minimum of six annual appearances at a combination of trade shows, retail locations and fashion shows to promote the clothing line.
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