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Joe Jonas' week-long online porn binge uncovered by dad

Published 20/10/2016

Joe Jonas
Joe Jonas

The former Jonas Brothers star loves 'adult' life on the road with his DNCE bandmates.

Singer Joe Jonas' first foray into Internet pornography was short-lived thanks to his religious father.

Back in the day when the 27-year-old was a teenager singing with his siblings Nick and Kevin Jonas in the Jonas Brothers, he spent a week surfing the web for sexy images and videos.

“I would use my (home) address to log into the websites, and I did this for seven days straight," he tells Notion magazine of his former porn habit.

Joe's dad Paul quickly picked up on what was going on, thanks to the musician's lack of discretion.

"A month later - and by the way, my dad was a pastor at the time - for a week or two straight there was a postcard with a naked woman on it saying, 'Come join us again Joe', or, 'We really miss you', or, 'You naughty boy, come visit us again'," he recalls of the inappropriate sexy messages that flooded his parents' mailboxes following his pornographic world wide web escapades.

Now that he's nearing his 30s, Joe is finding his freedom of choice as an adult to be absolutely invigorating. He is currently touring with his new band DNCE and the experience of hitting the road with his bandmates differs dramatically from what it was like travelling the world performing shows with his siblings in their underage Jonas Brothers act.

“Now being older, there’s new experiences that I get to have, or just as an adult, like touring and travelling... you go out for a few drinks after the show," he explains. "That’s just so different already than what I am used to - getting on the tour bus and going to bed or watching a movie. It was all exciting and good but these experiences now, on my own, on the road, it's really great."

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