A former sex worker has spoken out about working for disgraced AC/DC rocker Phil Rudd.
The 32-year-old recounted her experiences to Woman's Day magazine, using the pseudonym Scarlet.
She was first called to Rudd's Tauranga waterfront home in 2010, where she discovered drug use and unsafe sex were rampant.
"The house was very clean, but the atmosphere was weird," she told Woman's Day.
"The girls were shut away and weren't allowed to talk to each other. You had to wait 'til he addressed you before you were allowed to speak.
"There were drugs on every inch of the table, floors and sofas - marijuana definitely and some sort of white powder - and porn on the TV."
The women were paid $100 an hour each, she said, describing the ex-AC/DC drummer as being "rough and domineering" in bed.
However, she was sent home by Rudd after refusing to have sex without a condom - only to have her services requested again, weeks later.
"I think it's because I said no to him and he's not used to being turned down," she said. "Hiring me again was his way of trying to correct that."
Scarlet was called to Rudd's yacht, Barchetta, where he again asked her to have unprotected sex.
When she refused, she was sent to the lounge to watch movies for five hours while another sex worker entertained Rudd.
Months later, she was called to Barchetta a final time - this time on her own - but breakfast, rather than sex, was on the menu.
"When I arrived he said, 'You can make me breakfast now. I'll have bacon and eggs and then you can leave.' What a creep. But hey, he's Phil Rudd."
Scarlet then told the parlour she worked for that she would never work for Rudd again.
"I feel sad that Phil has to have these women around like puppets on his strings just for him to feel power," she told Woman's Day. "But I thank him for the realisation of how truly strong and rich I am as a woman and mother."