Tell-all bares rocker's raunchy bed of poses.
Talk about giving love a bad name.
A new photo shows Jon Bon Jovi -- splayed out on a bed nuzzling four topless women, a shirt hanging from a lamp and six cocktails resting on the nightstand -- in one of the tamer images taken during his 1985 "7800º Fahrenheit" tour.
Although staged, the picture is hardly the portrait you'd expect of America's squeaky-clean rocker.
But, then again, America was never supposed to see it.
Former tour manager Rich Bozzett -- who claims he was bilked out of millions of dollars by the star's then-manager -- includes the shot in his new memoir, "Sex, Drugs and Bon Jovi," out tomorrow.
Four years after the photo was taken, Bon Jovi wed his high-school sweetheart, Dorothea Hurley, to whom he is still married. They have four kids.
Bozzett says the pictures, shot by famed rock photographer Ross Marino, were meant to be publicity shots.
A spokesperson for Jon Bon Jovi shrugged off the images, saying: "This is an outtake of a photo shoot. Everyone should be so lucky at 22 years old."
The photos were all but forgotten until Marino's death three years later.
"A panic-stricken Jon Bon Jovi immediately called up Doc [McGhee, his manager] to tell him that we needed to track down the pictures as soon as possible," Bozzett writes.
Bozzett, now a general contractor living on the Upper West Side, found the photos but was fired by McGhee and was denied his share of the band, he claims. So he pocketed the negatives.
Bon Jovi "asked me to please destroy the negatives," Bozzett told The Post. He didn't, but kept them in a safety-deposit box until last year, when he decided to write the book.
"I like Jon. I love him," Bozzett said. "I don't want to hurt his fans or his children. It's about helping other people out there who have been mistreated like I was."
Bon Jovi's spokesperson has a different take: "Rich is remembered as a nice-enough guy who was eventually in over his head as the band's success grew. As far as his attempt to cash in on alleged experiences he had 21 years ago? No comment."