Last week, late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham’s son Jason John Bonham had a recent interview with Howard Stern’s SiriusXM and revealed that Jimmy Page gave him cocaine when he was 16.

He said:

“Jimmy was the first one to ever give it to me. We got called to his room.

I was 16 at this point, and there was a woman on the floor with a collar on, meowing, and he had this grinder thing and he turned it over and he went, ‘Here you go,’ and I went, ‘Thanks.”

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Today, John Bonham shared a recent statement on his web site and apologized Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page.

Here’s his statement:

“On or about 9 April 2019 I, Jason Bonham, gave an interview on the radio with Howard Stern. In that interview, I made certain untrue and derogatory statements concerning Mr. James Page of the legendary band Led Zeppelin.

I unconditionally retract all derogatory and defamatory comments relating to Mr. J Page that I made in that interview. In particular, it is wholly untrue that Mr. J Page offered me any illegal substances either when I was a minor or at all.

I apologize to Mr. Page, unreservedly, for making these unfounded and untrue comments about him.

Out of my long-held respect for Mr. Page I will make no further comments on the interview and I agree to make no further comments which Mr. Page might view as disparaging, either now or in the future.”

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