Adult Film Star JENNA JAMESON: TOMMY LEE Was 'Too Affectionate'

Adult film actress Jenna Jameson, currently engaged to sometime co-star Justin Sterling, tells Paper magazine that she is entirely over rock stars, of which she has dated many. "Don't ever date a rock star," she advises. "They all have what I call Lead Singer Syndrome. They're all fuckers."

Although former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee, whom she dated in his pre-Pamela Anderson days, is a "cool guy," he's also very affectionate — "too affectionate for me," she says. "He wants to conquer every hot chick. All of the rock stars I've dated are all about having the trophy. But when people start focusing on you or asking for your autograph more often than theirs, they freak out."

Marilyn Manson, on the other hand, is her favorite. "Yeah, he's a little scary," she concedes. "But he's so smart and interesting. Everything about him I really like. We dated for about three months. He was a fun guy, but it was a shitty relationship. It didn't really work out."


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