Los Angeles - David Bowie invited Sir Mick Jagger to orgies at his home and let The Rolling Stones frontman have sex with his wife, a new book has claimed.
The Space Oddity singer was married to Angie Bowie - with whom he has a son, Zowie Bowie - from 1970 until 1980 and upcoming book Bowie: The Biography states the sexually open couple would host debauched evenings at their property on Oakley Street in Chelsea, London.
The promiscuous pair converted their sitting room into 'The Pit', complete with a fur-covered bed where guests could indulge in a variety of erotic activities.
Model-and-socialite Vicki Hodge has claimed Mick was a regular at the parties and David would let his friend make love to Angie while he watched.
Vicki - the girlfriend of London gangster John Bindon - revealed in the book: "Angie and David used to have the most amazing orgies at Oakley Street. Mick Jagger used to come there and be involved. John told me that David watched while he had sex with Angie."
David's ex-assistant Tony Zanetta claims David - who is openly bisexual - never got jealous about what occurred at the parties because he had a very liberated attitude towards sex.
Tony said: "Sex wasn't any big deal for him and Angie - it was like shaking hands at the end of the evening. To him, it was about being adored."
After divorcing Angie, David went on to marry model Iman, with whom he has a teenage daughter, Lexi.
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