ContactMusic.com is reporting that H.I.M. frontman Ville Valo is unsure if he was raped after being given a date rape drug and robbed in a bar in Minneapolis last October [see previous story].
But the H.I.M. singer insists it would serve his attacker right if he was sexually assaulted — because he was suffering an uncomfortable condition at the time.
Valo explains, "At that point I had a horrendous case of haemorrhoids — which often happens on tour — so it would have served that particular party right if they had taken their wicked way with me.
"Haemorrhoids and all the evil things that happen in the anal area. That would have been my revenge."
Valo also admitted he is so terrified of sexually predatory groupies, he sometimes wishes he is gay.
Ville is stunned by how forward and liberated female fans are.
He says, "The overt sexuality of groupies shocks me.
"It feels odd that people think they can just sleep with us. We actually think, sometimes, in the band, that it would all be a lot easier if we were all gay because what better than going on stage having just sucked each other off — we'd all be so happy.
"But you know, hairy balls are not really my thing."
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