Saturday, April 23, 2011
Brigitte Nielsen had sex with Arnie, Sly, and Sean Penn!
Danish actress Brigitte Nielsen has disclosed in her new autobiography that she had bed with some of Hollywood`s leading men, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sly Stallone, and Sean Penn.
In an extract from her new autobiography ‘You Only Get One Life’, the 47-year-old, recovering alcoholic and who now goes by her original name Gitte, has lift the lid on her racy past, reports a newspaper.
During the filming of ‘Red Sonja’ in Rome, Nielsen discovered that Schwarzenegger was charming, kind, confident and very down-to-earth though his body always seemed impossible.
“You couldn`t ignore it when we were running around half-naked in our battle gear! I can`t say that the look did much for me but he was an incredible sight,” she said in the book.
“We both knew that when the film was finished, so were we. Time was limited so we didn`t hold back – we really made the most of it. The set lights would barely be off before we disappeared to do our thing. We wanted time to ourselves and we wanted to try everything. And when we were alone, that`s exactly what we did,” she added.
Later while promoting ‘Red Sonja’ in New York, Nielsen said she wrote a letter to Sylvester Stallone, whom she described as ‘very beautiful, sexiest, most delicious man she`d ever seen’ to meet him.
“We met a few times, with him always trying to persuade me into bed. Finally Sylvester called me again, asking me to stay with him at his house in Broad Beach in Malibu,” she said.
“When I arrived we spent a relaxed evening and that night we were together for the first time. We did it on a chair – a big, American chair. My main memory of it was that it had finally happened,” she added.
Nielsen met Sean Penn and Charles Bronson in a club in Cannes.
“Sean didn`t have classic good looks but there was just something about him. I was completely sold on him – it was purely sexual and very hot,” she said.
“We spent an outrageous night together in Sean`s hotel room. It was just what I wanted – awesome,” she wrote in her book.