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Lydia: No, my parents definitely weren’t keen on him in the beginning. I lived on there borderline of Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant, everybody had short hair, he was the first long haired guy I ever went out with.I had a few boyfriends before Peter but that was when I was like 13, so it’s like you have a little crush on a kid in school or something. it does make a nice 1-2 punch coupled with your book. Lydia: People ask me all the time what I thought of Ace’s book.
Peter’s book had him once again going back to that original wild, crazy party story (laughs) Lydia: I was there.
I suppose with Peter’s comments in his book, he’s trying to get even with me for what I wrote, which was the truth, in my book.
Peter’s book is not the truth and that’s proven even by stupid little things like him saying that me and (New York Dolls drummer) Jerry Nolan didn’t get along.
I LOVED Jerry, Jerry was an inspiration in my life, he was the one who taught me how to stand up to my parents. Jerry made me realize I didn’t have to do that, I didn’t have to go along with what my parents say as long you’re not killing somebody or something.
LRI: But there are some elements of truth in Peter’s book when he says your parents weren’t exactly keen on him?
But Frehley says that before appearing onstage, his former bandmates "were all very gracious and we got along famously.