GENE SIMMONS' Son: Dad Too Scared To Cheat

July 17, 2006

World Entertainment News Network reports that Gene Simmons' image as a rock and roll sex God is all a myth, according to the KISS bassist's 17-year-old son Nick.

Simmons and his family, Shannon Tweed — the woman he's been "happily unmarried" to for 23 years — and their children, Nick and Sophie, 14, are starring in a new reality show for the A&E network called "Gene Simmons Family Jewels". Simmons has boasted about sleeping with 4,600 women, despite living with ex-Playboy playmate Tweed for over two decades. But Nick has hit back at the claims, insisting it's all part of his father's image saying, "He doesn't cheat on her (Tweed). "He just goes out and squeezes breasts. He doesn't cheat on her. He's just too chicken!"

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