Live fast. Die hot.
That’s New York Times bestselling author Jenny Mollen’s motto and the title of her new memoir.
In the video above, the comedic author chatted with Us Weekly Video correspondent Christina Garibaldi and executive producer Kim Rittberg and shared some exclusive tidbits, including a ghostly encounter in L.A. that sent her running for New York!
After an eerily open door and possible paranormal haunting, the actress and her husband, Orange Is the New Black actor Jason Biggs, fled Los Angeles. The Chicago Fire actress said, “I spoke to a psychic and she told me maybe it was a ghost dog with an old man partner. Not kidding!” She told Us Weekly, “I can deal with the dog, but the old man partner has to go.”
The pair and their son, Sid, 2, fled to the Big Apple shortly after, but she suspected the ghost was still lingering. “You know in Jaws when the shark follows her from Amity Island down to the Bahamas? I thought maybe the ghost followed me to New York!”
Paranormal activity wasn’t her only problem in NYC, however. “I did decide that my neighbors needed to stop smoking because I thought they were giving us cancer. I may or may not have broken into their house using my fire escape, and had a confrontation with them,” Mollen says.
Live Fast Die Hot also chronicles Mollen’s trip to Morocco to track down a rogue Etsy seller, and her ayahuasca experience with Chelsea Handler.
Mollen is the bestselling author of I Like You Just the Way I Am, and her memoir, Live Fast Die Hot, is available in stores.
To hear more from Mollen about her wild adventures and thoughts on The Bachelorette, check out her Facebook Live video with Us Weekly below!
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Posted by Us Weekly on Wednesday, June 8, 2016
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