Jenny McCarthy Would Do Playboy Again To Benefit Son’s Charity

Jenny McCarthy Would Do Playboy Again To Benefit Son's Charity

Jenny McCarthy got her start as a Playboy model but she has since gone on to become a successful TV host, actress and author. So would she consider posing for the men’s magazine once again? Jenny tells Access Hollywood she would consider it only if it meant somehow benefiting son Evan, 8, who is autistic.

“I would [pose again], for like, $2 million towards autism,” she said. “Yeah, I might do something like that again.”

In her candid interview, Jenny also talked about how being in the public eye has subjected her to criticism of even her smallest flaws. “I had a mole bump on my upper eye for a long time and I got letters [while hosting MTV’s] Singled Out like, ‘You’re disgusting with that giant mole above your eyebrow!’” she said. “I’m like, ‘What are you talking about? I was born with this thing!’”

Filed under: Celebrity Moms,Jenny McCarthy

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  1. mhm90

    Celine Dion has delivered her twin boys!! Update please..

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  2. layla

    Evan, 8, who is autistic. I thought jenny “cured” Evan autism she say something like I feed him a gluten free diet. And he cure from autism or some autism sign was gone.

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  3. Anonymous

    Where is my comment? CBS is censoring?

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  4. Anonymous

    autism is not the be all end of of childhood diseases and conditions. Glad to see she puts a price on her modesty. Oh wait, she doesn’t have any left.

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  5. Krissi

    Wow.reading thru this never thought I’d read something like that!!
    Why don’t Jenny just give the 2mil without posing? If it was about her autistic son……..give the proceeds from her books to help others (since her child has been ‘cured’). She soakin all she can. Even using her child publicly’ to bad mouth Jim Carey.
    How can people believe this, it’s as crazy as the ‘indigo/crystal children’,vaccines are in there to. ADD AHD ASD PPD doesn’t matter,love your child for who they are, not who you want them to be.

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