Motley Crue Awful Text Messages With Young Woman Leak


Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee has leaked new text messages with his beautiful young wife, Brittany Furlan, who was in an awful situation. Furlan appears frightened as she is stuck on the roof. She asks Lee to come up and help her, “Pls hurry.” You can view a screenshot of the texts below.

In better news, fans are loving the new Motley Crue film The Dirt. The biopic they thought would never get made is confounding all critics as Mötley Crüe finds a new audience who are rating the film higher than all other films on the streaming service.

Reacting to the news Tommy Lee commented, “We knew the Mötley Crüe fans, who had made The Dirt book a New York Times Bestseller, would be keen to see the movie after hearing it was coming for the past 15 years, but we weren’t expecting the new younger audience reaction to the movie and the music.”

Tommy Lee’s observations from the fan reactions on social media are reflected in the streaming data. The age demo for fans streaming Mötley Crüe’s music includes a much younger demographic. In fact, over the last 28 days, 64% of Spotify streamers were between 18 and 34 years.

Recently, Netflix reported its biggest ever subscriber growth. In the first quarter of 2019 Netflix gained a record number of new subscribers and now has nearly 149,000,000 members worldwide.

Like Netflix, Mötley Crüe has also experienced rapid growth with google search increasing 4300% and sales up 2000%, with albums including The Dirt Soundtrack, Dr Feelgood, Too Fast For Love, and Greatest Hits charting on iTunes since the release of the film.

The Rotten Tomatoes 95% audience rating demonstrates that this cautionary tale of excess and the world’s most notorious rock band is compelling and engaging.

Nikki Sixx added, “In the movie we re-tell the time Mötley Crüe ignored the advice that Ozzy Osbourne gave us about too much excess driving you crazy. We motored-on at 100 miles an hour, to self-destruction which ultimately lead to me being declared medically dead and the band splitting up. I find it hard to watch myself being resuscitated in the ambulance with a double shot of adrenaline to the heart. It’s like an out of body experience all over again. If we can persuade one person not to take hard drugs this film will be worth it just for that.”