Motley Crue limo driver Al Bowman discussed the band allegedly searching for virgins on tour with Black Sabbath in a new Sun article.
Al claims while the band had no shortage of groupies – they were particularly fond of virgins – and would ask him to go find them so they could “pop their cherries”.
“They were always on the hunt for virgins,” he said.
“That was my job when I drove on the Shout at the Devil tour when they were playing with Black Sabbath – they would always say, ‘Al go see if there’s any groupies out there who are are virgins and bring them to us. We want them’. They just wanted to pop their cherries.
“I remember one night in Bakersfield during that tour I got two virgins for Nikki and Vince and then they got me my own hotel room as a thank you.
“That was a fun night.”
The New Orleans Advocate is reporting that a rigging grip crew member who worked on the Motley Crue biopic ‘The Dirt’ is suing Motley Crue and Netflix for damages, including $1.8 million in medical bills, over severe electrical burns he suffered on set.
Louis DiVincenti claims in the lawsuit that a power line shock left him with second- and third-degree burns over 50 percent of his body. The accident happened during a scene that was recreating the Whisky A Go Go club in Los Angeles. A metal pipe allegedly made contact with a power line, electrocuting him.
“Even though all of our safety protocols were in place, an accident did occur and a crewmember was injured by electricity,” a Motley Crue ‘The Dirt’ representative told The Hollywood Reporter at the time of the accident. Filming continued according to the rep, as the cast were already filming somewhere else when DiVincenti was tearing down the set.
Motley Crue’s The Dirt film was released on Netflix last week, and while it has been savaged by critics, it has been widely praised by most fans on social media.