Monday, November 10, 2014

Prostitutes' Sordid Claims Of Group Sex Sessions On Board AC/DC Drummer Phil Rudd's Boat And How He Hates People Playing With His Pet Dog

  • Prostitutes have talked about the allegedly sordid sex life of AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd
  • They claim he likes group sex, doesn't like wearing condoms and hates escorts playing with his pet dog
  • They also claimed he was often incoherent when they spent hours with him on his boat
  • Rudd is charged with threatening to kill a man and drug-related offences
  • He was charged with procuring a murder but those charges have been dropped

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd likes group sex, asks prostitutes to call him 'babe', doesn't like wearing condoms, paying on time - or sex workers playing with his pet dog.

Those peccadilloes are among claims made by prostitutes who told Daily Mail Australia of their bizarre encounters with the 60-year-old rock legend, who has been charged with threatening to kill a man in New Zealand.

'I would never go there again even if you paid me a million dollars a week,' one escort in Tauranga, New Zealand told Daily Mail Australia.

'He's constantly got a girl, maybe even five. He is a sick bastard, trying to keep up with his image.'

Another prostitute who works in Tauranga, on the North Island of New Zealand where Rudd lives, said she had visited Rudd's house and boat a couple of times and spent the night with him without ever having sex.

'I've been there at night right through until the following day,' she said. 'I'm a mature lady and he wanted me to join in with the other girls. I just said no.

'I'm not into doing anything with other women. He wanted me to.

'What I didn't like about him is he doesn't want to use condoms. It's illegal for one thing, I wouldn't have sex without it. The amount of women he has been with, it's pretty risky.'

In news that made headlines around the world Rudd was charged on Thursday with procuring a man to murder two other men between September 25 and 26 and with threatening to kill on September 26. He was also charged with possession of amphetamines and cannabis.

The procure to murder charges were withdrawn the next day.

Crown Solicitor Greg Hollister-Jones ruled there was insufficient evidence to justify those charges. He still faces the threat to kill charge.

The identities of the man Rudd had supposedly wanted killed and the man he tried to hire to do the job have been suppressed. One of the targets is reportedly a 46-year-old martial arts fighter.

The man Rudd allegedly tried to hire to commit the murders has told The Herald that Rudd hired him as a bodyguard when he was threatened for not paying prostitutes.

He described Rudd as 'the Hugh Hefner of Tauranga' and claimed the amount of money he spent on prostitutes was 'like someone's yearly wage'.

One prostitute, who told Daily Mail Australia that Rudd was never slow paying her, described the bizarre scenes on the boat he kept berthed near his restaurant, Phil's Place.

'There were up to four girls when I've been there,' she said. 'He sort of separates the girls. On his boat, he'd have one in his main room, one in the lounge area and one in the smaller room. He'd go to different rooms randomly.

'He didn't like us playing with his little dog. He had it in a little cage inside the house and we sort of made a fuss of it. He nutted off at us when we paid attention to the dog.'

The woman told Daily Mail Australia that Rudd would insist the escorts he called to his boat sit in a lounge area and wait for him. When he entered the lounge he would be so incoherent as to be incomprehensible.

'He talks s...,' the woman said. 'We couldn't really understand him... You couldn't understand what he was actually saying, he talked dribble.

The woman, who was working for a brothel and charged $1500 for eight to 10 hours of her time, said some other sex workers were intimidated by Rudd's fame.

'If he wants a girl he'll pay top dollar and he'll have sex with girls in front of whoever is there, right there in the same room,' she said. 'A lot of the girls will do whatever he wants because he's a big player - whether or not they feel comfortable.'

The woman said despite the money Rudd was paying for her company he did not have sex with her.

'I didn't actually have sex with him. He wouldn't use a condom.' Instead, he made the woman perform chores while he was in a room with other prostitutes.

'He gets girls to clean his boat - chores - and actually keep an eye on the navigation of the boat, for hours like I did...'.

'Sometimes he's really slack if he gets pissed off with paying. He would get very angry quickly. He was a volatile guy.'

Employees at Phil's Place said Rudd comes every couple of days,
'He's a great guy... it's his own personal life,' one said.

AC/DC fans continued to back Rudd, with one, Stefan Matijasevich, saying he and his girlfriend Jessica had made the 200km drive from Auckland as a show of support.

'I had faith in him, I was always 100 per cent on his side,' he said.

Meanwhile, another sex worker told Daily Mail Australia that Rudd owed her $3000.

She said he owed her brothel the same amount for the same booking. The brothel owner hadn't chased up the debt because it would be bad for business.

'I was there for five days straight,' the woman said. 'It's not freaking easy because he's hard work. He was pissed off because I wanted to go home. He booked a lot of girls through my boss, so it was good money. Instead of my boss chasing him up, he let it go because it would ruin future business.

'I understand that from a business side but he just decided not to pay.

'He's a weird one. It's hard enough to hang out with him because you can't understand him. No personality at all. All you do is follow him around and he gets sidetracked.

'Then he bloody loses his keys and he's a mess of a person. If he doesn't eat, you don't eat, if he doesn't shower, you don't shower. That's what it's like being with him.

'I would never go there again even if you paid me a million dollars a week.'

The woman said Rudd created a 'weird environment' for the girls he hired to come to his home. He liked her to call him 'babe'.

'It also depends on the girl. For me, I would just sit there and do nothing. If he wanted to go to the boat, we'd go to the boat. You would just follow him around.

'It's really embarrassing and really dumb. He left me once on a boat by myself, no way to get out because you're locked in the marina.

'You're stuck in there and don't have a key. At least there's a toilet and water. 

You're not allowed a handbag, not allowed a mobile phone, he's afraid you'll steal stuff.'

The woman said Rudd was so paranoid he had employees conduct searches of escorts.

'Once he stopped to get security to pat us down,' she said. 'I don't know what he thought we had taken. I don't what goes through his mind.'

Like the other prostitute interviewed by Daily Mail Australia, the second escort said she never actually had sex with Rudd.

'He likes to sleep with the black girls,' she said. 'The white ones, they're just really there to look good.

'There was one girl who was African-American who made $40,000. He really liked her and he had sex with her most of the time, much more than the others.'

The second woman also said Rudd did not like using protection. 'He doesn't wear a condom. It's disgusting.

'I went because he had good money but he never tried to have sex with me.

'He hasn't got a personality. He just doesn't. I don't know why. I don't understand much of what he says. Don't understand his mumble. [He's] really just a pain the arse.'

Last week, Rudd's lawyer, Paul Mabey, QC, said on Friday the original charges against his client should never have been laid.

'The charge alleging an attempt to procure murder should never have been laid,' Mr Mabey said.
'The Crown Solicitor's opinion was not sought. The charge is now withdrawn - within 24 hours of Mr Rudd's first appearance in court.

'Mr Rudd has suffered unnecessary and extremely damaging publicity as a result of widespread and sensational reporting of a very serious allegation, which on any basis was never justified.

'The damage to Mr Rudd is incalculable. Questions arise as to the degree of care taken by those responsible for arresting and charging him with attempting to procure murder, 

'Citizens are entitled to a responsible exercise of the power to charge which, as is proved here, can give rise to potentially irreversible damage if that power is not exercised responsibly,'

'Mr Rudd is considering any possible remedies he may have.'

Rudd has been bailed to appear again in Tauranga District Court on November 27.


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