Tell-all books don’t come out because the writer likes the subject. There is usually some level of “I’ll show you” or “you don’t want to pay me? Fine, I’ll get paid myself” that goes along with someone wanting to write a book like that. That makes them a little hard to believe right off the bat, because sometimes things can get embellished.
However…. a tell-all book is about to come out that claims, among other things, that Kobe Bryant wanted to kill the witness in his rape case… and that he cheats on his wife often and takes part in orgies.
Holy crap. If even some of that is true then this is a hell of a story. And here’s the other thing about tell-all books: even though some of the information can be difficult to trust… they also don’t come out unless there is at least something to tell. It’s just like the old “big fish” stories… you can’t lie about the size of the fish until you’ve at least caught something.