Comedienne and actress Chelsea Handler has opened up about her teenage abortions in a candid new essay for Playboy magazine.
The This Means War star, who has become one of America's leading talk show ladies, penned the piece for the men's magazine to highlight how America's reproductive laws helped her rectify "irresponsible" teenage decisions.
She always has the craziest stories, and Chelsea Handler told Esquire magazine that more than a decade ago she almost fell victim to accused sex offender Bill Cosby.
The 40-year-old comedienne explained, "Oh, I was in Atlantic City playing, doing standup, and he was doing standup in Atlantic City in the same hotel, and at like three o'clock in the afternoon, someone from the hotel came down and said, 'Oh, you know, Mr. Cosby would really like to meet you up in his hotel suite.' And I thought, 'That's really weird.' This was like 10 years ago.”
Doing their best to recreate the 1968 Rolling Stone cover featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono completely naked, Chelsea Handler and Nick Offerman got into their own birthday suits and posed for the April 2015 issue of Esquire.
According to the magazine, “This is a special issue of Esquire devoted to the increasingly charged relations between women and men in America.”
The former “Chelsea Lately” chick uploaded a sans-shirt snapshot of herself in the snow looking for her missing German Shepard named Chunk while on a ski trip. Later, she shared the same photograph on Twitter, along with the caption, “Finding chunk. Instagram had him!”
Giving the fans what they want, the ladies and gentlemen of “Orange is the New Black” fielded questions during a panel discussion at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles last night (August 4).
Jason Biggs, Leverne Cox, Uzo Aduba, Taylor Schilling, Jenji Kohan and Natasha Lyonne all turned out for the event, posing for photos before heading inside.