So, if you were Pete Townshend, which rock star would you want to sleep with? According to the legendary Who guitarist, singer and songwriter, it's Mick Jagger.
"Mick is the only man I ever seriously wanted to f**k," Townshend admits in his new autobiography, Who I Am. In an excerpt published in The Times UK, Townshend also writes that Jagger "was well well endowed," contradicting comments made by Keith Richards in his recent autobiography, Life.
Townshend also breaks his nine-year silence about his 2003 arrest for paying to access child pornography online. When questioned by police at the time, he claimed he was doing research for his book. "I believe I was sexually abused between the age of five and six and a half when in the care of my maternal grandmother who was mentally ill at the time," Pete says. "Some of the things I have seen on the Internet have informed my book."
In Who I Am, Townshend states, "I knew that all I had to write was the truth. But what I did was insane," he admits, referring to the payment to the child porn website. As a result, Townshend was one of 3,744 people arrested in the U.K. placed on the sex offenders register for five years as part of a police crackdown on Internet porn.
Who I Am will hit stores October 8. Townshend will make several promotional appearances, including a Q&A session at the New York Public Library.
Here's Townshend's U.S. book tour itinerary, according to publisher HarperCollins:
10/8 -- New York, NY, New York Public Library (Live from the NYPL Series)
10/9 -- New York, NY, Barnes & Noble (Union Square)
10/10 -- Philadelphia, PA, Free Library of Philadelphia (Montgomery Auditorium)
10/11 -- Ridgewood, NJ, Bookends
10/12 -- Boston, MA, Barnes & Noble (Prudential Center)
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