NIKKI SIXX's Estranged Wife Speaks Out: 'I've Been Through This Once Before'

Former "Baywatch" beauty Donna D'Errico, the wife of MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx, has offered her first public comments since filing for divorce from Sixx after nine years of marriage.

D'Errico is claiming irreconcilable differences and is seeking physical custody of their 5 year-old daughter Frankie-Jean and her 13 year-old son Rhyan from a previous relationship. D'Errico is requesting that the court give joint legal custody with child visitation to Sixx, and that spousal support and attorney fees be paid by Sixx as well.

In a May 7 posting on the Donna's Fans' Nut House web site, D'Errico wrote, "[I'm] just trying my best to get through this weekend. It is very difficult. He [Nikki] got his stuff moved out Friday [May 5] and I am sorting through my anger and sadness....

"Last night I went to Prince's house party. Trying to get my mind off things. His house is dumbfounding... but my mind was elsewhere.

"All I can say is this: thank god for my friends.... they know all too well the cause of my pain… and are helping me to heal.... (again). After all, I've been through this once before."

Sixx and D'Errico previously separated after four years of marriage (Sixx was rumored to have cheated on D'Errico with ex-HOLE drummer Samantha Maloney, who filled in for then-CRÜE drummer Randy Castillo during their tour in support of the "New Tattoo" album), but D'Errico returned after Sixx spent some time in rehab.


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