Ace Frehley is threatening to release a “120-page manuscript” filled with “dirt” on Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons.
This threat from Frehley comes after Stanley made remarks in a recent interview regarding KISS being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Stanley was asked why he and Simmons refused to play with Frehley and Peter Criss at their induction. He said, in part (h/t Loudwire), ” … Because if you saw people on stage who looked like KISS but sounded like that, maybe we should be called PISS.”
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Frehley, understandably, was offended by Stanley’s remarks. He fired back in a new interview (h/t Classic Rock) saying he wants a formal apology within the next seven days. If he doesn’t receive one, Frehley says, ” … I’m going to tell some dirt that nobody knows about Paul and Gene that I’ve always kept to myself.”
Frehley notes this “120-page manuscript” filled with “dirt” is in possession of his attorney in a safety deposit box.
He also added, “God forbid anything happens to me, my attorney is instructed to release it to the ‘New York Times,’ ‘Rolling Stone,’ everybody. He further noted, ” … Their careers will be ruined. Those guys aren’t squeaky clean. You know how many lawsuits girls have had against Gene?”
As of publishing, neither Stanley, Simmons or any of their reps have yet to comment on Frehley’s statements.