Mel B Opens Up About Kissing Other Spice Girls Band Members, Hints At A Threesome

on September 19 2013 5:14 AM

Spice Girl Melanie Brown, or Mel B, as she is popularly known, recently opened up about her wild past during an interview with Howard Stern where she admitted to fancying her other band members.

“They’re my homies,” Brown told Stern when asked if she was attracted to the other members of the Spice Girls -- Victoria Beckham, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell. “I kissed all of them, yes. I got my tongue pierced and I wanted to try out my tongue piercing and so I kissed them all.”

During the heyday of the group in the mid-1990s, Brown reportedly had a threesome, and she hinted to the experience saying, “Back in the day I had fun.”

“I did have a guy mentality back in the day and why not? I was 18 and travelling the whole world. I had a lot of fun,” she added.

The interview also touched upon the mother of three’s five-year-long lesbian relationship with Christa Parker, a mother of two from Los Angeles, whom she met at the gates of their children's school.

According to a Daily Mail report, the couple enjoyed group sex sessions during the five years they were together, and their relationship came to an end in 2006 when Brown embarked on a short-lived romance with comedy actor Eddie Murphy.

But when Stern questioned Brown on what caused the split, the 38-year-old just said that “women are crazy,” and pointed out that it wouldn’t be appropriate to talk about her relationship with Murphy who is the father of her second daughter, Angel Iris.

“I don’t think I have much to say about him and I don’t think it is appropriate. At the end of the day we have a beautiful daughter together and he is a genius. I would never say anything bad about him because I don’t have bad feelings towards him,” she said.

Brown is currently married to film producer Stephen Belafonte, with whom she has a daughter. Brown also has a 14-year-old daughter, Phoenix Chi Gulzar, with dancer Jimmy Gulzar.

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