WHAT DO YOU THINK?????
So writes the former model — now drug-free — in her new memoir, “Fall to Pieces: A Memoir of Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and Mental Illness.” Weiland, who wrote the book with former Esquire editor Larkin Warren, first met the rocker when he was hired by her agency to ferry her to and from modeling gigs for $8 an hour. The couple, now separated, had a tumultuous relationship:
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* On setting fire to Scott’s designer clothes after an argument in March of 2007 — which led to Mary’s diagnosis of bipolar disorder: “The bonfire was huge and very pretty. Everything went up in smoke quickly, except the shoe leather; the Guccis took the longest,” she writes. “The news reports said I’d torched $10,000 worth of Scott’s clothes, which was wrong by a factor of eight. He was somewhat insulted at their estimate: ‘Eighty thousand dollars, Mary,’ he said later.”
* On doing heroin with Scott: “Scott would bring me a framed Neil Zlozower photograph of Keith Richards; I’d lay out the goods right on top of Keith.”
* On attending a party at the Playboy Mansion with Scott: “I had no clue till much later that Scott’s time in the bathroom was spent with a crack pipe in his mouth.”
* On being asked out by Pauly Shore when she was a 16-year-old model: “I managed to get so drunk at the Roxbury that when Pauly suggested it was time to call it a night, I couldn’t tell him where I lived. Did not have a purse; did not have any money . . . Mr. Shore then proved himself to be a complete gentleman (I think this may come as a shock to some people). He took me to his house, settled me into a room by myself, set the clock, and made me take an aspirin and drink a lot of water.”
The book goes on sale Nov. 10.
via NY POST