*Bobby Brown revealed in his 2016 memoir titled “Every Little Step: My Story,” that while living in an Atlanta mansion formerly owned by crime boss Mike Thevis, he experienced paranormal activity, and may have been raped by a ghost.
“I sensed a lot of evil s**t in that house while Thevis lived there. To this day, I believe that house was haunted… We would often see white women walk down the hallway… One memorable night, one of the ghosts descended from the ceiling and had sex with me,” Brown recalled in the book, per yourtango.com.
“After you stop laughing, I need you to hear what I’m saying because I’m not making this up.”
He also made clear that his ghostly encounter occurred “Before I ever touched any drug besides weed and alcohol.”
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Here’s what Brown said went down:
“In my bedroom I had a big round bed with a mirrored ceiling looming above. I always slept in the nude, so one night I woke up to the sensation of a woman on top of me. I looked up and in the mirrors I could actually see a white woman straddling me on the bed.
The sensation felt exactly like sex — I could feel my penis inside of her and everything. It was not a dream; I was definitely awake while it was happening. All of the sudden, she was gone — leaving me alone and incredibly excited and terrified at the same time.”
Brown also spoke about getting jiggy with the supernatural during an interview with 20/20 in 2016.
“I moved into this house — I bought this mansion in Georgia. So this was a really, really spooky place. But yes, one time. I woke up and, yeah, a ghost. I was being mounted by a ghost.”
He also noted once again that: “I wasn’t high. I wasn’t high. I wasn’t high at all.”
And there you have it!
It’s worth noting that years prior to this confession, Brown recorded the title track for the “Ghostbusters II” soundtrack. Watch the star-studded music video below.