NIKKI SIXX 'Freaked Out' By Ex-Wife's Alleged Call Girl Past

September 22, 2007 reports: In a hearing to determine how to divide assets in the divorce of Nikki Sixx and Donna D'Errico, the MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist testified Thursday (September 20) that he was told his former model-actress wife previously worked as a prostitute and a stripper, and that she was a spendthrift. "I heard she was doing high-end call girl work," Sixx said. "I was freaking out. Your head starts to spin. We have a child together."

D'Errico, Playboy Playmate of the Month September 1995 and a former "Baywatch" cast member, married Sixx on Dec. 23, 1996. According to Sixx, they first met on a blind date arranged by MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee, who was once married to another "Baywatch" star, Pamela Anderson. D'Errico, 39, filed for divorce in Los Angeles Superior Court in April 2006 and the marriage was officially over in June.

Sixx, 48, was testifying for the second straight day in what D'Errico's lawyer, G. Darrell Berglund, said is a non-jury trial concerning financial issues and property division. He said he also is seeking to uncover assets allegedly hidden by Sixx and to protect his client from what he called "character assassination."

Asked outside the courtroom about Sixx's statements, Berglund said, "We are amused by the comments." He said D'Errico is a religious woman whose entire life centers around her children.

Sixx — dressed in a coat, tie, jeans and tennis shoes — testified a madam told him about D'Errico while the band was touring last fall with AEROSMITH. Sixx said that when he asked the madam for proof, she gave him names and other information that led him to believe she was telling the truth. One of the names was of a man who he knew to be a Las Vegas pimp, Sixx said. Sixx also testified he was stunned to find out that D'Errico worked years earlier as a stripper in Texas and Las Vegas. "I was hurt and I was in shock," Sixx said. "I said, 'Wait a minute, she didn't tell me that."'

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