Bobbie Brown and Tommy Lee were the rock star couple of the mid-Nineties, until Pamela Anderson – a Bobbie doppelgänger — swooped in and stole the Motley Crue drummer away. The shocking details of the blonde bombshell love triangle have never truly been revealed — until now.
Bobbie Brown Tells All
Bobbie, who rose to fame after starring in Warrant‘s “Cherry Pie” music video in 1990, is finally spilling all the gory details about her life — the rock ‘n’ roll, the drugs, and yes, her relationship with Tommy Lee — in a memoir entitled Dirty Rocker Boys (out Nov. 26).
Bobbie writes about how she and Tommy first initially hooked up in 1994, with him leaving messages on her answering machine, saying things like, “You’re so f**king hot!” The video vixen was only able to resist his charms for so long, and after six months they were engaged to be married.
But it didn’t last long, Bobbie writes:
My new fiancé and I were out one night at Bar One on the Sunset Strip when Pamela approached us. I, of course, knew who she was because people were constantly confusing the two of us — two big-busted blond bombshells. But that night, my doppelgänger was on a mission.
After that chance meeting, Bobbie writes that Tommy’s jealousy issues turned violent, and after a scary episode where he choked her against a wall, Bobbie took her two-year-old daughter and moved out. And that’s when Tommy moved on.
“I got a call from Tommy four days later,” Bobbie writes, “‘I’m in Cancun with Pamela Anderson. We have sex toys. I’m going to f**k her really hard,’ he said on my answering machine.” The knife was twisted even more when Tommy and Pam eloped just a couple of days later.
And Bobbie was heartbroken: “Once I knew they’d sealed the deal, I went and sat on my toilet and cried.”
The horrible betrayal led Bobbie down a scary road towards drug abuse. To ease her pain — over the breakup and her struggling career — Bobbie says she partied endlessly, using cocaine and crystal meth.
But this story isn’t all bad. It took nearly ten years for Bobbie to kick her drug habit, but she finally did in 2005. And now she has a show on Fuse, an upcoming memoir, and most importantly, she’s closer to her daughter. “I’m happier than I’ve ever been,” Bobbie writes.
And after the hell she was put through, to be able to say that is a huge triumph.Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!
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