Author of the biography, Sean Smith wrote of Williams that he risked death to get to one of his many groupie Angels - after discovering she was staying on the same floor as him, high up in the Loews Hotel in Monte Carlo. Drunken Robbie, who bragged he was able to "sh*g anything I wanted to" - decided to surprise her by climbing on to her balcony instead of knocking on her door.
Another time, Robbie's managers spotted him hauling a topless girl in through the window. And his mate Coco Colcough recalled walking into their local pub in Stoke, Staffs, and seeing a girl with her hand down Robbie's trousers.
Coco, who grew up with Williams, recalls in the book called Robbie: "I don't think he had a clue who she was." He added: "His eyes were, like, half open. He just sort of whispered, 'Whisky.' I said to this girl, 'Excuse me, love, do you mind if we just have a chat for a bit?' But she just carried on doing what she was doing," he said.