Totally forgot to mention that part and how he messed up her life.

Apparently this not too far in the past newlywed who is an A- list musician from a permanent A list band forgot about a woman in his past he used to abuse daily when he gave interviews for a new project. Totally forgot to mention that part and how he messed up her life.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Apparently this not too far in the past newlywed who is an A- list musician from a permanent A list band forgot about a woman in his past he used to abuse daily when he gave interviews for a new project.

Totally forgot to mention that part and how he messed up her life.

Nikki Sixx

Mötley Crüe

Nikki Sixx on Rape Story in Motley Crue Memoir: ‘I Have No Clue Why It’s In There’

Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx tells Rolling Stone that he does not recall a story in the band’s 2001 memoir The Dirt where he realizes he may have participated in a sexual assault during a party.

“I don’t actually recall that story in the book beyond reading it,” Sixx tells Rolling Stone. “I have no clue why it’s in there other than I was outta my head and it’s possibly greatly embellished or [I] made it up. Those words were irresponsible on my part. I am sorry.”

In The Dirt, written by the group with author Neil Strauss, Sixx recollects a night where a woman he knew pulled him into a small room at a party and the two began having sex. Soon after, Sixx left the room, returned with bandmate Tommy Lee and tricked the woman as to who she was having sex with. “We fucked for a while, then I told her I had to go to the bathroom. I went into the party and found Tommy,” Sixx wrote in the book. “‘Dude, come here.’ I grabbed him. ‘I got this chick in the closet. Follow me, and don’t say a word. When I tell you, start fucking her.’”

“In the closet, I stood directly behind Tommy,” he continued. “He fucked her while she grabbed my hair and yelled, ‘Oh, Nikki! Nikki!’”

Sixx said that when he woke up the next morning, he didn’t remember the incident until the woman called him and told him she had been raped the night before. Though she said her attacker was a man who’d picked her up while she was trying to hitchhike home, Sixx said the story made him realize “that I had probably gone too far.” He continued, “At first, I was relieved, because it meant I hadn’t raped her. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that I pretty much had. I was in a zone, though, and in that zone, consequences did not exist. Besides, I was capable of sinking even lower than that.” – Source

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