ContactMusic.com is reporting that MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee enjoyed throwing knives at walls while he was high on cocaine, according to his ex-girlfriend Tawny Kitaen.
Kitaen (ex-wife of WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale), who dated Lee in 1985, admits their nights out together often involved drugs, but she can vividly recall the evening when knives were added.
She tells Blender magazine, "With Tommy, he was constantly doing coke, so he wanted to go out. He just wore me out.
"I remember one night, we were lying on top of the bed and he took out two knives. He was trying to teach me how to throw a knife. 'You hold the top of the knife, and... boom!'
"By the end of the evening there must have been about 5,000 knife marks in the wall. That was his idea of a good time."
She adds, "Tommy got a reputation for throwing a few photographers around or whatever, but he's one of the sweetest guys you'll ever know."
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