TOMMY LEE To Discuss PAMELA, Child Drowning In Upcoming Tell-All
Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com has details behind former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee's tell-all "TommyLand" (cover), which is scheduled for release next month. Among the topics Lee tackles is his long running on-again, off-again relationship with Pamela Anderson, including the famous sex video they made, which later became public. He also addresses the story of a child who drowned in his swimming pool, plus the numerous women he's been "motley" with over the years. A source revealed, "He dedicates the book to all the women he's ever loved, and, surprisingly, [pop singer] Pink is on the list."
As previously reported, "TommyLand" is scheduled for release on October 19 through Atria Books, the hardcover imprint of Simon & Schuster. The 320-page book, which was originally rumored to have been titled "Ragz to Riches" (and later "Misunderstood" and "An Illustrated Man"), will contain many details not included in the CRÜE's best-selling band autobiography, "The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band".
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