Friday, July 3, 2015

Cormac McCarthy's ex-wife used gun as sex toy, pointed it at bf's head during argument about aliens

Cormac McCarthy-the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist who wrote The Road and No Country for Old Men-divorced his wife Jenny in 2006 (not this Jenny McCarthy). Recently, police responded to his ex's residence in New Mexico after she allegedly pulled a gun in a domestic dispute with her current boyfriend.

Cormac McCarthy's ex-wife used gun as sex toy, pointed it at bf's head during argument about aliens

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Cormac McCarthy—the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist who wrote The Road and No Country for Old Men—divorced his wife Jenny in 2006 (not this Jenny McCarthy). Recently, police responded to his ex's residence in New Mexico after she allegedly pulled a gun in a domestic dispute with her current boyfriend.

Important things to note:

A. The dispute began with an argument about alien life forms. For real.

2. McCarthy allegedly retreated to the bedroom and returned wearing lingerie. So, argument over?

D. No. Argument definitely not over because she allegedly pulled a handgun from her naughty bits and proceeded to have sex with the weapon while asking her boyfriend, "Who is crazy, you or me?"

The boyfriend reportedly took the gun from her and dumped it into the toilet and then retrieved it and threw it in the trash before calling police.

After removing the gun from her vagina, McCarthy pointed it at her boyfriend’s head, investigators charge. Fearing that he could get shot, the man grabbed the weapon from McCarthy and put it in the toilet.

McCarthy’s boyfriend subsequently “took it out of the toilet and put it in the trash can outside.” Deputy Zook reported that he recovered “a silver Smith and Wesson in the outside trash can.” [The Smoking Gun]

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