Ice, whose real name is Robert Van Winkle, appeared in the 1992 book in a sexually suggestive position with a fully nude Madonna, but admitted to the U.K. paper that he found it "disgusting and cheap." "We were in a relationship, yet it looked like she was screwing all these other people," the New York Daily News quoted him as saying.
"I thought she was taking pictures and running round naked because she was like that. Then when the book came out I was so embarrassed and ashamed. It was a porno." Madonna, 52, "threw me in like I was a product off a shelf, and I didn't appreciate it," he said.
"That was it and I ended it," the musician recalled. "She said she didn't have sex with these men, but it looked like she was," he added.