And you thought YOUR sex life was interesting...
That’s right, Bobby Brown is a self-professed ghost romancer.
According to an excerpt from his new “tell-all” memoir, Every Little Step: My Story, Brown recounts a time in his life when he was living in an Atlanta mansion formerly owned by Mike Thevis, whom some know as the “Scarface of Porn.”
Thevis’s activities, including decades of organized crime, apparently left an indelible mark on the home that Brown bought. As he recalls from his book, “I sensed a lot of evil sh*t in that house while Thevis lived there. To this day, I believe that house was haunted... We would often see white women walk down the hallway... One memorable night, one of the ghosts descended from the ceiling and had sex with me,” Brown recalls. “I need you to hear what I’m saying because I’m not making this up.”
Brown is very aware that people may belittle or contest that this was perhaps a “bad trip” rather than an actual frisky ghost, thanks at least in part due to his colorful past battling drugs and alcohol.
However, he insists that it was 100 percent true and happened just as he remembered. “And let me add this: This was before I ever touched any drug besides weed and alcohol.”
And Brown doesn’t shy away from any of the details of his story, either. He goes on to paint an image that would have made ghost-loving Ray Stantz from Ghostbusters blush.
“In my bedroom I had a big round bed with a mirrored ceiling looming above. I always slept in the nude, so one night I woke up to the sensation of a woman on top of me. I looked up and in the mirrors I could actually see a white woman straddling me on the bed. The sensation felt exactly like sex — I could feel my penis inside of her and everything. It was not a dream; I was definitely awake while it was happening.”
Though Brown goes on to state that she soon disappeared, we’re not entirely certain whether she vanished before or after the big ectoplasmic finale. But I’m pretty sure that’s a detail that we might be able to live without.