George Hamilton was on The View this morning to promote his autobiography Don't Mind if I Do, which is apparently somewhat of a kiss-and-tell. Barbara Walters brought up perhaps one of the most outrageous trysts he wrote about: when Hamilton was 12, he embarked on an affair with his stepmother, who was 28. Of course, it's shocking, since it was vaguely incestuous and definitely inappropriate, but when Joy Behar tried to insist that he was molested, Hamilton said, "I was molested? Damn, I'm down for it again." Evidently, he remembers the incident fondly. In fact, when he was of age, he ran into his stepmother again (at this point, his father had passed away) and slept with her again. Clip above.