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Celebrity Tell All Books

Shocking Revelations From Celebrity Tell-Alls: Who Wrote It?

October is National Book Month, and as is the case most months, there are a crop of intriguing celebrity-penned memoirs hitting the shelves. One of the juiciest is Whateverland: Learning to Live Here by Martha Stewart's daughter Alexis Stewart. But she's just the latest in a long line of tell-all books that give the dirty details on celebrities' sordid history of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. We've compiled some of the most shocking stories from these celebrity tell-alls — see if you can match up the author to the scandalous revelation!

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"I sought refuge in seemingly glamourous cocaine dens above Hollywood. I thought I would find answers there, while in reality I was simply running farther from myself."

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"When I look back on it, I see that the hero worship I had for my father led to the incest, and that the incest went hand in hand with the drug-inced oblivion that helped me survive it."

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"I know what they didn't think. They didn't think I was coming down from a two-day bender of coke, meth, and Ecstasy and they didn't think that I was lying to them with every sentence that came out of my mouth."

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"Mother always peed with the door open. I remember saying, 'You know, now I have friends over! You can't do that anymore! It's gotta stop! My friends' parents don't do it! Give me a break here! I don't feel like being embarrassed! It's exhausting! I'm a kid! Stop!'"

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"Yes, I went out and slept with substitutes for my mother and my father. Yes, it would always leave me wounded and disappointed. Yes, it was unbearable. Yes, it was painful. Yes, I did drugs to cover the pain. Yes, I had sex to cover the pain. Yes, I hid my pain in the fame. Yes, my patterns drove me crazy. Yes, I went crazy."

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"[Michael Jackson] sat on my bed, and we kissed very briefly, but . . . I was just twelve and not at all ready for a real-life encounter. So I said, 'I can't.' Michael, who was sweating profusely, seemed as intimidated as I was. He jumped up nervously and said, 'Uh . . . gotta go."'

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"Suddenly, I wondered why it was called 'losing your virginity,' because it felt more like it had been stolen. . . . I could tell by the evidence in the tent that all of my plans, my promises, and my moral standards had disappeared in one awful night in a series of bad decisions."

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