Amy Schumer Reveals All Her Famous Hook-Ups In New Tell-All 'Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo'

Amy Schumer is reaping the benefits of her highly anticipated memoir, The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo. In the tell-all work, Schumer opens up about all of her past relationships, including some of the most controversial moments in her life.

According to Radar Online, Schumer revealed that she once dated a "famous professional wrestler" she met on social media. Schumer didn't reveal the name of the wrestler, though she has been linked to Dolph Ziggler, a star on WWE.

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Dolph Ziggler [Image via WWE]

"He was healthier, stronger, and more disciplined than most people who play a sport involving a ball or uniform. He was so physically perfect, small, funny and kind," she wrote.

Schumer also dished on her romance with an A-list rock star, saying, "He's famous and I'm a fan."

Unfortunately, things didn't work out after the second date and Schumer's self-esteem went to an all-time low.

"This was a f***king date with a f***ing rock star!" she said.

At the same time, Schumer also had a bad experience dating a New York Rangers player. She agreed to go out with the hockey star, but the date turned sour after he showed up late and brought along several of his friends.

Despite the bad start, Schumer went into graphic details about what happened later that night.

"He took his d**k out and I became a cartoon," she said. "I felt like I was trying to fit an entire Thanksgiving turkey in a toilet paper roll: Not happening."

While most of Schumer's stories are playful in the tell-all, she did open up about a few bad experiences in her past.

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Amy Schumer and her boyfriend Ben Hanisch. [Photo by Charlie Gallay/Getty Images]

According to the New York Daily News, Schumer revealed that she once had a boyfriend who pulled a knife on her. Schumer's relationship with the abusive boyfriend was filled with physical fights. In fact, she claims that he held her on the ground, banged her head against a car hood, and criticized her outward appearance.

Schumer didn't name the guy but reached out to other women who may experience similar relationships.

"It can happen to anyone," she wrote. "You're not alone if it's happening to you, and you're not exempt if it hasn't happened to you yet."

Speaking of traumatic experiences, the Frisky is reporting that Amy Schumer also discussed how her first sexual experience was not consensual. When Schumer was in high school, her first boyfriend had sex with her when she was half drunk and sleeping.

"Some say it wasn't a big deal," she shared. "Or that it was all my fault since I was drinking, he was my boyfriend, and I was lying right there next to him."

Schumer opened up about the experience during a chat on Marie Claire and admitted that it was hard to process at the time.

"When it happened, I wrote about it almost like a throwaway," she explained. "It was like, 'And then I looked down and realized he was inside me.' He was saying, 'I'm so sorry' and 'I can't believe I did this.'"

This isn't the only time Schumer had sex without full consent.

"This was 17 years ago. There are just so many factors," she continued. "I had another time with a boyfriend where I was saying, 'No, stop,' and it was just completely ignored."

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Amy Schumer just finished writing a screenplay with Jennifer Lawrence. [Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal/Getty Images]

Meanwhile, Schumer's book isn't all about her sexual exploits.

According to the Daily Beast, the Trainwreck star also wrote chapters about her early childhood, which details her parent's divorce and her father's battle with multiple sclerosis.

In the end, her parents went from having it all to losing everything they owned.

"I don't remember how it felt to lose everything, but I do remember men coming to take my dad's car when I was ten," she recalled.

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