mellisa joan hart tell all drugs hookups Melissa Joan Hart talks drug use and celebrity hookups

Hopefully you’re ready to learn more than you ever expected about the star of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.” Melissa Joan Hart is telling all in a new book, “Melissa Explains It All,” and some of what she has to say is pretty surprising, including her experimenting with drugs and the celebrities celebrity guys she got close to over the years.
Hart shared some of the revelations she makes on the book with Life & Style, being pretty candid in the process. “I experimented with weed, Ecstasy, mushrooms and mescaline for about a year and a half,” she says. She even remembers one time when things maybe went a little too far. It was a party at the Playboy mansion in 1999 when Melissa took Ecstasy and later ended up making out with another girl in the back of a limousine. That was on the eve of her Maxim magazine cover shoot.
Her drug use never got to the point of addiction though, and Hart even recalls turning down cocaine from Paris Hilton, though Hilton’s rep says it never happened. In the end, Melissa removed the drugs from her life because she didn’t have a good time with them, explaining, ” I don’t like the loss of control.”
As for the men in her old life, Hart reveals instances of making out with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and even actor Jerry O’Connell, who she calls a “man-whore.” Certainly his wife and kids will love hearing that. As for men in Hollywood she wasn’t interested in, Melissa says she tried to boot Ashton Kutcher from her parties on two different occasions. She says they just didn’t get along.
These days, Melissa’s life is considerably less scandalous. After getting married in 2003, she now has three sons with her husband.
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