Jenny Mccarthy says lesbian Playboy romp is good anti-drugs message

US model recalls thinking the Playmate she was kissing on a Hawaiian beach was a tree after popping too many Ecstasy pills

Jenny Mccarthy says lesbian Playboy romp is good anti-drugs message
09 October 2012

Jenny Mccarthy says her naked lesbian romp with 14 Playboy models sends the perfect anti-drugs message.

The model, who posed nude for the adult magazine in the 1990s, gives a blow by blow account of the saucy beach party in her new autobiography.

In a section leaked to celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, the star reveals how her fellow Playmates were like a ‘tribe of cannibals’ when offered the hallucinogenics while on a promotional tour in Hawaii.

‘We jumped on the box fighting to get as many little white capsules as possible,’ Mccarthy wrote.

‘Instead of saving some for later, we all pounded at least five at once. It was incredibly intense. So much so that we all began to express love for one another by making out with each other.’

However, the star claims the drug-fuelled affair was far from sexy and recalls thinking one of the models was a tree.

‘I was like, "Oh my God, this tree feels awesome! Oh my God, it’s Miss July!"

‘The hallucinations were so bad. It’s the perfect anti-drug book because the hallucinations were unreal.’

She adds that the Ecstasy pills were a ploy by their yoga instructer to hook up with one of the busty babes, but it backfired spectacularly because they thought he was trying to kill them.

‘All of us were naked, although we were used to being naked, we couldn’t find our clothes and eventually (we) walked back down the highway and got back home,’ Mccarthy told Access Hollywood Live.



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