In her latest book, Love, Lust & Faking It: The Naked Truth About Sex, Lies and True Romance, Jenny McCarthy says that she does not have to pretend in her relationship with her new boyfriend. She can be herself and not always go along with what he wants. Jenny received the book deal immediately after her break up with Jim Carrey and in researching the book, she found her true self.
Jenny has written a new book after coming out of a five year relationship with Jim Carrey. Carrey was an amazing help to her during the time that they date with her young autistic son. They were very vocal when together and seen at many events to raise money for autism.
McCarthy’s new boyfriend, Jason Toohey, is a former Las Vegas pirate performer and stuntman. Jenny says she can be herself when she is with him. Those that have seen him think that he looks like a famed muscle builder on the television semi reality program, Jersey Shore. She tells him when she doesn’t like something and she tells him what she wants.
She said that in the past, she was a girl that pretended and went along with things that she did not enjoy or like.
Jenny has been an amazing mother to her son, Evan, who was originally diagnosed with autism but now it is unclear whether he actual had the disability. Jenny claimed that she cured Evan’s autism by using a combination of diet and other programs. Evan eats a gluten free and milk free diet. Evan’s biological father left Jenny soon after the diagnoses and was not helpful in getting him the services and treatment that he needed. Jenny McCarthy is a strong woman and she did it all herself until she met Jim Carrey.
Jenny admits her role in the break up and does not blame Carrey. She can now be herself in her new relationship with Toohey says the actress. The 37 year old actress has been a Playboy model and spokesperson. She claims that she found herself while writing her new book. She does not want to blame Jim Carrey for the break up and now realizes her part.
I am very happy for you Jenny and I am glad that you feel like you are finally being yourself, good luck to you and Evan. Now that you don’t have to pretend any more, who cares that you are dating a pirate performer, just kidding.