Partying with Ozzy Osbourne, snorting cocaine off drum kits and having sex backstage with groupies mid-show.
These are just a few of Motley Crue‘s wild antics depicted in their Netflix biopic “The Dirt” (streaming Friday), which charts the band’s meteoric rise to fame in the 1980s. But was the rock-star life really as outrageous as it looks in the movie?
“Even more so,” says lead singer Vince Neil, 58. “We were young kids and crazy and wanted to live for that excess. I think they capture it in the film without going completely overboard on it.”