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Jack Nicholson ‘put cocaine on his PEN!S to boost s-x performance’


Jack Nicholson ‘put cocaine on his PEN!S to boost s-x performance’


Jack Nicholson, the legendary Hollywood actor known for his roles in films such as The Shining, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest and ChinaTown, has been seen in public for the first time in two years.

The actor, who celebrated his 86th birthday on April 22nd, has not acted in several years and lives a seemingly reclusive life in Beverly Hills.

However, during his heyday, Nicholson was renowned for his wild drug-fuelled parties and womanising.

In his tell-all memoir, Nicholson, author Marc Eliot described the parties at the actor’s Los Angeles home, which became known as “the wildest house in Hollywood”.

Eliot wrote that “There was round-the-clock partying, drinks, drugs, sex, lots of tea (of the smoking kind), and beautiful, hot, willing girls who loved to get just as high as the boys and have a good time. The refrigerator never had any food in it. Just milk (for Jack’s sometimes sensitive stomach), beer, and pot in the freezer to keep it fresh.”

According to biographer Marc Eliot, Nicholson liked to combine two of his favourite things, drugs and sex, by dabbing cocaine on his penis to make him last longer in bed and improve his partners’ experience.

Eliot wrote: “By following what he’d heard about Errol Flynn, he learned that by putting a dab on the tip of his manhood, he could last longer, and, because of the way women reacted to that, he also believed it intensified the sensations for them.”

Screen siren Kim Basinger once described Nicholson as “the most highly sexed individual I have ever met”.

Eliot claimed that Nicholson kept both “upstairs and downstairs cocaine” at his home.

The upstairs supply was “just for himself, the VIP stash reserved for best friends and especially beautiful women.”

However, actress Anjelica Huston, who dated Nicholson for 17 years, told Vulture in 2019:

“I don’t know that that’s a true story. But there was a type of cocaine in the ’70s that I would’ve classified as upstairs cocaine — pharmaceutical flake — that was kind of effervescent, not that it was fizzy, but it was light and uncut.”

Nicholson has been open about his drug use, revealing in 1980 that he still loved “to get high” on cannabis “about four days a week”.

He added: “I think that is average for an American… I don’t advocate anything for anybody. But I choose always to be candid because I don’t like the closet atmosphere of drugging.”

In more recent times, Nicholson’s infamous sex drive apparently took a hit. He told Newsweek in 2002:

“I don’t have the same libido. It used to be that I didn’t think I could go to sleep if I wasn’t involved in some kind of amorous contact or another. Well, I spend a lot of time sleeping alone these days. That’s different. And very liberating.”

Despite his womanising coming to an end, Nicholson still holds out hope for finding love again.

He told Closer in 2015: “I would love that one last romance but I’m not very realistic about it happening. What I can’t deny is my yearning.”

“I’m definitely still wild at heart, but I’ve struck biogravity. I can’t hit on women in public any more. I didn’t decide this; it just doesn’t feel right at my age.”

Nicholson’s last acting credit came in 2010 with the rom-com How Do You Know, and since then he’s largely remained out of the spotlight.

Earlier this year, close friends revealed they were concerned about

his reclusive ways, with an insider telling Radar Online, “He’s made it clear his home is his castle. But people just wish he’d come out of the house and pop up to tell them how — or at least reassure folks he’s OK.”

Despite concerns over his reclusive lifestyle, Nicholson has remained close to his son and some relatives.

Actress Anjelica Huston, who dated Nicholson for 17 years, described him as a “functional cocaine user” who “used it, probably like Freud did, in a rather smart way.”

She added, “Jack always had a bit of a problem with physical lethargy. He was tired, and I think probably, at a certain age, a little bump would cheer him up. Like espresso.”

In his prime, Nicholson was known as one of Hollywood’s most notorious party animals.

His wild drug-fuelled parties were the stuff of legend, with “round-the-clock partying, drinks, drugs, sex, lots of tea (of the smoking kind), and beautiful, hot, willing girls” always in attendance.

Nicholson’s Los Angeles home became known as “the wildest house in Hollywood,” according to Eliot.

While Nicholson’s partying days may be behind him, the actor has remained a pop culture icon.

He has won three Academy Awards and been nominated for twelve more, making him the most nominated male actor in Academy history.

He has also been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Despite his fame and success, Nicholson remains a private individual.

He rarely grants interviews and has been known to decline autograph requests from fans.

In recent years, he has become increasingly reclusive, with some reports suggesting that he may be suffering from health problems.

Despite concerns about his health and well-being, Nicholson remains an enduring icon of American cinema.

His legendary performances in films like The Shining and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest continue to captivate audiences around the world, and his legacy as one of the greatest actors of all time remains secure.

As for his future plans, Nicholson has remained tight-lipped.

He has not announced any new projects or public appearances in recent years, leading some to speculate that he may have retired from acting altogether.


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