JENNA JAMESON Explains Why She Kissed And Told About MARILYN MANSON Affair
Adult film superstar Jenna Jameson says that the reason she "kissed and told" about her sexual liaison with MARILYN MANSON in her new book is because he publicly bragged about the affair.
In the book, "How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale" (ReganBooks), Jameson writes about the "massively endowed" Manson, stating that the shock-rocker's predilections for armpit-sucking and "cuddling" proved too much for the "world's most famous adult star."
Speaking to Steppin' Out magazine, Jameson explained her reasons for revealing the intimate details of her encounter with Manson. "He wrote about it in his book and he bragged about it on 'Howard Stern'," she said. "Had he not done that, I would have left out a lot of the details. I've always been so hush-hush about my dealings with celebrities. The same thing happened with [former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer] Tommy Lee. I denied everything and then he bragged. Hold on a second! I was fine with the whole 'Howard Stern' thing. You can say that we're dating. But when you put it in writing and you don't tell the whole truth, then I'm going to have to make that right and tell the truth. That's what I did."
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