James Bond star Sir Roger Moore claims he was the victim of domestic abuse by two of his former wives.
Moore, who married four times, said his first wife physically attacked him regularly while his second wife turned on him after twigging that he had been unfaithful.
The 84-year-old claimed his first wife ice-skater Doorn van Steyn left him with scars and once threw a teapot at him.
"She would scratch me," the 84-year-old said in an episode of Piers Morgan’s ITV show Life Stories that has not yet been aired.
"My mother was always petrified when I went home to see that I had more scars," he said.
Moore divorced van Steyn in 1953 and married his second wife singer Dorothy Squires the same year.
But the actor said he soon found out Squires had "a great temper" and she once broke a guitar over his head.
"She was ranting on about something and I wasn't taking any notice," he said.
“Next thing I know I could feel the guitar coming out of my hands and see it up above my head and 'bash!' it came down."
The actor said Squires, who was 13 years older than him, threw a brick through his window after finding out he was having an affair with a young Italian actress.
"She reached through the glass and grabbed my shirt and she cut her arms doing it," he said.
"The police came and they said, 'Madam, you're bleeding' and she said, 'It's my heart that's bleeding'."
Moore played James Bond seven times between 1973 and 1985.