Former porn star turned erotic novelist Jenna Jameson's live TV interview on "Good Day New York" was cut short on Monday because she was slurring her words and appeared as though she might have been intoxicated, reports TMZ.
The 39-year-old sat down with co-hosts Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto to promote her new book, "Sugar." According to the website's sources, she was scheduled to stay for two complete segments but producers made the call to cut her time after just four minutes on live TV.
During the short interview, Jameson teased her upcoming book, "It's about me. I didn't want it to be exact of what I've always done, so I kind of made up a fantastic, yummy story."
Kelly and Scotto also questioned the former porn queen about her ongoing legal battles with ex Tito Ortiz, who now has custody of their twin four-year-old sons, Jesse and Journey. Last week, Jameson tweeted that Oritz wasn't letting her see her children, "So why hasn't Tito let me FaceTime my babies at all? I will post ALL is his texts very soon.... All I want is to see my babies. I'm done with this, but I am going to show his truth. He knows down deep inside how often he cheated, and abused me. My boys need me. Period," she wrote in a series of tweets.
Jameson went on to post more pleas to Ortiz on Twitter, however, she brushed the issue off on "Good Day New York" telling the hosts, "No, everything is going well. It's going well. Yeah, everything is going to go okay."
The exes have a messy history, as Ortiz was arrested for a domestic violence felony in April 2010, and accused Jameson of being addicted to OxyContin at the time. Jameson was arrested in May 2012 and pled guilty to a DUI last year after crashing her car into a light pole. She was arrested again in April 2013 for assaulting her assistant.
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