Jim Davidson blames him four ex-wives for their marriage breakdowns as he tells Piers Morgan about love, alcoholism and an orgy with 12 call girls

The comedian opened up about love, alcoholism and an orgy with 12 call girls during an honest chat with Piers Morgan.

The 64-year-old has been married to his fifth wife, Michelle Cotton, since 2009 but says his past divorces have cost him millions.

He said: "It's how much money I've spent over the years. Getting on to 50, 60million must have past through my hands."

Piers asked The Generation Game host how he felt about that and he replied: "Brilliant. Thank God I had it. When I won New Faces [in 1976] I said, 'Mum you'll never have to work again as long as you live', and she never did."

Jim was declared bankrupt in 2006.

His chequered love life saw him marry childhood sweetheart Sue Walpole in 1971 at the age of 17 after she became pregnant with their daughter.

They divorced a year later and he wed again in 1981.

He was married to second wife Julie Gullick, who is the mother of his second child, until 1986.

During that marriage Davidson paid for an orgy with 12 call girls for a celeb stag do at a swish London hotel.

Davidson then wed TV presenter Alison Holloway in 1987 but their union ended just two years later after she accused him of domestic abuse.

A woman name Joanne Urch later claimed they had an affair during his marriage to Alison when she was just 16.

He was then married to former Page Three girl Tracy Hilton from 1990 until 200 and the pair had three children together.

During the interview, Piers asked him about his current marriage to Michelle, 47.

Jim replied: "She is a very nice person. She's impatient, she's fiery like me. I hope I'm with Michelle for the rest of my life, there's no one better I'd want to spend the rest of my life with. Liz Hurley, perhaps?"
Davidson was arrested was part of Operation Yewtree but faced no further action.

He said the experience was "pretty traumatic" and added: "I won't now have a conversation with a woman in a room without someone else there.

"I need to protect myself, I've been through the hell. I'm easy to accuse."

During the interview, Davidson caused members of the audience to walk out after he put on a West Indian accent.

The Daily Star reports that the incident came about when Piers said he wouldn't be able to perform his gag as a West Indian called Chalky today as it would be deemed racist.

That didn't stop him and he put it on anyway saying: "Have you noticed black guys now don’t talk like that? West Indian. I don’t know where that accent comes from".

As a result, six members of the audience, including a black couple walked out. The clip will not be aired on tonight's programme.

Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Jim Davidson airs Friday on ITV at 9.50pm.


Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220.

We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.


Source: Read Full Article

Leave a Reply