If Bobby Brown wants to say he’s had sex with a ghost, it’s his prerogative.
During his “20/20” interview Tuesday night, the former New Edition singer told a new story about a very bizarre experience involving a ghost.
“I bought this mansion in Georgia … this was a really, really spooky place,” Brown told Robin Roberts. “But yes, one time, I woke up, and yeah, a ghost. I was being mounted by a ghost.”
Brown didn’t go into detail about his supernatural sex session, such as when it happened, but he emphasized he was completely sober when he did the deed.
“I wasn’t high,” Brown said. “I was not tripping.”
Brown isn’t the first celebrity to claim they got down with a ghost.
In April 2014, Ukranian-born actress Natasha Blasick scared up a lot of publicity after claiming she had sex with a ghost on two occasions and found the experiences “really, really pleasurable.”
Blasick said the first time happened when she was alone in her room.
“I was laying in bed and then I felt something enter the room and I couldn’t see anybody,” she said, according to the Mirror. “I could feel that somebody was touching me and the hands were pushing me against my will and I could feel the weight of the body on top of me.
“I couldn’t see anybody but I could feel the pressure, the energy, the warmth pushing in different directions.”
She added: “I enjoyed it.”
It wasn’t a one-night stand either. The kinky ghost returned for a second romp a month later.
In September 2012, Kesha aroused lots of publicity for her newly released single, “Supernatural,” when she told Ryan Seacrest the song was inspired by a randy romp with a male ghost.
“It’s about experiences with the supernatural … but in a sexy way,” she told Seacrest. “I had a couple of experiences with the supernatural. I don’t know his name! He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.”
Alexandra Holzer, a ghost researcher and Huffington Post blogger, says there have been reports of people having ghost sex, but says it feels heavy but not so hot.
“The people who report having sex with a ghost report feeling pressure on them and even penetration, but ghosts don’t have warmth,” Holzer told HuffPost. “When they’re in the room, it’s a very cold environment.”