Porn Star Who Partied With Charlie Sheen Talks About His Really Pure Coke & Her Abortion

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  • Kacey Jordan, the porn star who had sex with Charlie Sheen and then cashed a $30,000 check he gave her, says she recently got an abortion, and: "I think it might have been too soon to be Charlie's baby, but you never know. I get pregnant very easily." This young lady adds: "A week earlier I had been with another celebrity, so it could of [sic] been his, but I can't talk about him because I had to sign a release." But wait! There's more! Kacey goes into detail about her encounter with Carlos "Chuckles" Estevez: "The drugs didn't even come until the following morning, and then we had sex after he had the drugs. I was really proud of him, I couldn't believe he could do it." AND! "Wow, this cocaine was the purest thing ever, there was no filler at all. I actually got scared I might overdose at one point." The greatest love story of our time ends thusly: "We still haven't spoken to each other on the phone but we texted on Valentines day." Don't you worry your pretty little head about Kacey. She's doing just fine. Not only does she have a profile on that Sugar Daddy/Sugar Baby site we've mentioned before — she works for the blog. "My job for SugarSugar pays me $30,000, and all I have to do is send out five tweets a day!" Kacey gushes. Ain't life grand? [Radar Online]
  • Charlie Sheen partied with San Francisco Giants pitcher Brian Wilson this weekend. Abortions to come? [TMZ]
  • Charlie Sheen is hoping two of his ex-wives will move closer to him. [TMZ]

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  • "Lindsay's A Lesbian Again. In Theory." [The Superficial]

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Paris Hilton and her boyfriend were seen shopping for engagement rings. [People]
David and Victoria Beckham were invited to Prince William's wedding to Kate Middleton. The Obamas were not. [Contact Music]
Dianna Agron and her boyfriend Alex Pettyfer have broken up, conveniently after their movie I Am Number Four hit theaters. [Us Magazine]
• Did a steamy photo shoot contribute to Dianna Agron and Alex Pettyfer's breakup? [TMZ]
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DISCUSSION

nikishisler
nikis

Gosh. I'm kind of shocked at how judgemental people are about a woman who talks about abortion in something other that traumatised terms. There are a lot of people saying she should have a right to abortion, but not "if she uses it as birth control". Seriously? Where are you drawing that line? Should we interview every woman who wants an abortion to see how hard she tried not to get pregnant? Or is she only allowed a certain number of fuck-ups? How many? Are you really talking about denying abortions to women who have unprotected sex, or is it only if they have unprotected sex a lot? Who's going to decide how much is too much?

Then there are all the people saying that as she "gets pregnant really easily" (and let's give her the benefit of the doubt and assume she's one of those women who is remarkably resistant to BC - they're not that uncommon you know) she shouldn't go into a profession that requires her to have condom-free sex. Are you kidding? Maybe we should ban her from recreational sex altogether if she can't get control over her fertility? I mean, we're respecting her right to make her own choices - so long as those choices fit our idea of responsible behaviour.

What's the issue here? Why does the number of abortions, or her method of contraception make a difference? I mean, I wouldn't want to put my body through multiple abortions but, and here's my point really, it's not my body. Is it the fact that she doesn't appear to feel shitty about her abortion? Seriously, I don't understand. If you're saying "I'm pro-choice BUT..." explain to me where that 'but' lies and why (and I'm not talking about late-term, near-viable fetuses here - that's a different debate and I'm pretty sure that's not what we're talking about in this case).

Either you believe in a woman's right to choose what happens to her own body, or you don't. As soon as you start putting caveats about her sexual behaviour in there, you can't really call yourself pro-choice.

As an older feminist, it honestly shocks me that this is even a discussion amongst women calling themselves pro-choice.