about her five-month romance with the 55-year-old musician in the 1980s. Just all the jockstraps were lined up on the floor for the whole band to get through the whole tour," she added.
"And I think every girl should have such a wonderful experience when she's that young." "I have some photos of him packing for the tour.
“Anyway, in Japan, nobody has any body hair, so they never even heard of ‘crabs.’ much less have the meds to get rid of them.
“Meanwhile, Jon has a coat of fur like a goddamned pony and the crabs were everywhere.
Meanwhile, Bon Jovi and Hurley brought four children into the world — including a budding football player— and as you can see below, the couple remains together to this day.
Diane Lane was the hard-partying girlfriend of Jon Bon Jovi in 1985 — long before she married Christopher Lambert, had a daughter and later married Josh Brolin.
That wasn’t a good day for Jon’s relationship with Diane, to say nothing of Jon-Richie relations.” Bon Jovi reconciled with high school sweetheart Dorothea Hurley, and married her in 1989. It’s possible Dorothea never knew about Bon Jovi’s trip to Japan 25 years ago — when, Bozzett’s self-published book claims, Jon contracted “crabs,” pubic lice.
The actress shares daughter Eleanor with Lambert, while Bon Jovi is dad to daughter Stephanie and sons Jesse, Jacob and Romeo.Hurley was, at least initially, going out with a friend of Bon Jovi’s — but they shared a history class.“I was doing nothing to help my studies along,” Bon Jovi recalled later.But the rock idol dumped Lane — who stars in the upcoming movie “Secretariat” — because she made him jealous by getting too close to Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, according to a new book, “Sex, Drugs and Bon Jovi,” by the band’s former tour manager, Rich Bozzett.“The very thing that made Jon feel so passionate toward Diane Lane in the first place ended up being the reason for their sudden, unceremonious breakup,” Bozzett writes. But she loved to party so much that Jon caught her partying with Richie Sambora.I wanna be back together [thing],” Bon Jovi told VH1’s , both of which went No. “We did it for us and didn’t give a damn,” Bon Jovi told VH1.