TOMMY LEE's Autobiography Moves Up To No. 12 On NY TIMES Bestseller List

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee's autobiography, "Tommyland", published last month via Atria Books (the hardcover imprint of Simon & Schuster), is currently at No. 12 on The New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Bestseller list.

In "Tommyland", Lee describes his party-boy escapades, bedding porn stars, wooing Pam Anderson and making that famous videotape with her, according to In addition, Lee opens up about the rough spots in his life, including his jail time for spousal abuse, the death of his father and the 2001 drowning of a 4-year-old boy in his Malibu, California, pool. Co-writer Anthony Bozza, who moved into Lee's house, was charged with the responsibility of getting Lee to purge.


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