Actress Heather Locklear visited "The Howard Stern Show" on Monday (Sept. 13) and spoke about her ex-husband, former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee. Howard mentioned that Lee had Heather's name all over his book, "Tommyland". They spent a minute talking about that and Locklear said that she thinks she's got more money than Lee does. She said that Tommy had a lot of money at one point but he must have gone through it. Stern then asked Locklear about her relationship with Tommy and if she believes that Tommy could have been abusive with his ex-wife Pamela Anderson. Locklear said that she would step away from that question because she wasn't there to see it. She did say that Tommy was always "at eleven" all of the time and he could never chill out. She said he was very "tiring" but he never abused her. Locklear kind of alluded to the fact that he "abused" her with his big penis, but said he's not the biggest she's had. Howard figured that Locklear's current husband, BON JOVI guitarist Richie Sambora, has a big one as well. She didn't want to get into that because Richie has a daughter. She eventually said that Richie does have "girth" and couldn't believe that actually came out of her mouth. Howard wouldn't get off the subject and asked her about Tommy Lee's penis. He wondered if she was shocked when he pulled his pants down for the first time. She claims that she wasn't shocked at all. Read more.
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