MÖTLEY CRÜE's TOMMY LEE Revisits His Former 'MTV Cribs' Home That Was Destroyed By California Fires (Video)

MÖTLEY CRÜE's TOMMY LEE Revisits His Former 'MTV Cribs' Home That Was Destroyed By California Fires (Video)

The Malibu home MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee proudly played docent for in a classic 2000 episode of "MTV Cribs" has apparently been completely destroyed in the recent California wildfires.

On Friday, Lee took to his Instagram to post several photos and a video of the former six-bedroom, six-bathroom house built in 1991, along with the caption: "Don't know who seen my old Malibu home on @mtv mtv_cribs here's what's left of it after the fires"

The Spanish villa-style home was reportedly built for Lee and his then-wife, actress Pamela Anderson, and was later owned by BOYS DON'T CRY frontman Nick Richards.

According to a February 2018 Los Angeles Times article, the estate had been shopped on and off since Richards sold the property in 2015 for $2.2 million.

In the aforementioned "MTV Cribs" episode, Tommy could be seen highlighting certain areas of the house such as the disco in the basement and the tropical-themed swimming pool and bragging about unique features likes his own professionally installed Starbucks cappuccino machine and a sex swing in his bedroom.

Tommy was married to Pamela from 1995 to 1998. They have two sons together, 23-year-old Brandon and 21-year-old Dylan.

Lee married his fourth wife, Brittany Furlan, in February. The pair started dating and fell in love in 2017.

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