The Smiths frontman, who is normally protective of his private life, said he began a relationship with photographer Jake Walters in 1994.
In his memoir, entitled , Morrissey described how Walters followed him back to his house after meeting him at a restaurant and “steps inside and stays for two years”.
, which was released by Penguin Classics earlier this week, the former Smiths frontman disclosed that he was in his mid-thirties before he entered his first serious relationship.
The singer, known for his reticence regarding his personal life and his one-time identification as celibate, wrote that when he met Jake Owen Walters, "for the first time in my life the eternal ' I' becomes 'we,' as, finally, I can get on with someone," as reports.
The relationship ended in true Morrissey style after Alan Bennett visited the couple for tea and said: “Now, now. His other revelations include being inappropriately treated by teachers at Stretford Grammar School in Manchester, where each day was “Kafka-esque in its nightmare”.
Morrissey wrote: 'Jake and I fell together in deep collusion whereby the thorough and personal could be the only possible way and we ate up each minute of the day.
Morrissey recalls how his neighbour, the writer Alan Bennett, had noticed the relationship had reached its end when his visited and pointed out to them: 'You haven't spoken a word to one another since I arrived.'He points out the member of staff took an interest in him, massaging his hurt wrist with 'slow and sensual strokes' and claims the same man was eyeing him up as he dried himself after a shower following a games lesson.
And he rails against the decision to increase the share of profits afforded to bandmates Joyce and Rourke, which was upheld on appeal.
He is particularly venomous about Joyce's extensive legal claims on his royalties claiming he 'grabs all he can", taking '£3 million - or thereabouts' of Morrissey's royalties under a later Smiths deal with Warner Records, which the singer called "a farce of unimaginable proportions'.