Tommy Lee v. SeaWorld: Whale sperm and hot bovine privates

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 28: Tommy Lee poses during Virgin Mobile's 10th Birthday Party at the Metro Theatre on October 28, 2010 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Tommy Lee and PETA have something to say to the folks at SeaWorld. “Quit getting that whale off that killed people by using a cow’s vajayjay filled with hot water or else!”

Well it wasn’t actually written just like that but overall this is what Tommy Lee has requested in an angry letter written to the president in charge at SeaWorld Mr. Terry Prather. The orca in question is literally the killer whale Tilikum who’s been involved in the death of three people.

In the letter Lee writes that SeaWorld has claimed that there is no longer any human contact with Tilikum following the death of a trainer, Dawn Brancheau, earlier this year. He then in very blunt terms states that SeaWorld does in fact still allow human contact in the process they use to gather sperm from the whale. From his letter:

“We understand that you refuse to release this frustrated whale because he is your chief sperm bank, and we know from SeaWorld’s own director of safety (as well as videos on the web) that the way you get his sperm is by having someone get in the pool with him and masturbate him with a cow’s vagina filled with hot water. Even in my wildest days with Motley Crue, I never could have imagined something so sick and twisted.”

Lee concludes in his letter that the tragic deaths associated with the whale prove that they should not be confined to tanks but released back to the sea.

We all know that PETA goes for shock value when pushing their animal rights agenda but when a dude from the Crue says that even he has never imagined something so crude you have to pay attention. TMZ has attempted to contact SeaWorld but as of this post there has been no response to the allegations. If what PETA and Tommy Lee allege is true I can’t decide which is more shocking; the process mentioned in Tommy’s letter or the fact that SeaWorld convinced someone to do THAT “Dr. Feelgood” job.

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