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Martha Stewart admits to sexting, maybe having a threesome

It's not a bad week to be Martha Stewart.

Martha Stewart admits to sexting, maybe having a threesome

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Martha Stewart arrives to court in New York, Tuesday, March 5, 2013. Macy´s Inc. is suing the media and merchandising company Stewart founded for breaching an exclusive contract when she signed a deal with J.C. Penney in December 2011 to open shops at most of its stores this spring.(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Martha Stewart arrives to court in New York, Tuesday, March 5, 2013. Macy's Inc. is suing the media and merchandising company Stewart founded for breaching an exclusive contract when she signed a deal with J.C. Penney in December 2011 to open shops at most of its stores this spring.(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

It's not a bad week to be Martha Stewart. As Paula Deen cries all over daytime television and gets dropped by every major sponsor/employer after the whole racism fiasco gets ready for a SECOND cruise (seriously), Martha Stewart is kicked back, talking to the world about how she can roll baller joints and (maybe) admitting to having a threesome.

*Cue porn music*

On Thursday, a 71-year-old Stewart made an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with host Andy Cohen. Stewart said that she had had a one-night stand before and that she's sexted. When she was asked if she had ever participated in a threesome, Stewart would not say "no," instead only offering a "maybe."

Stewart also casually admitted to sexting and answered that she "maybe" has had a threesome. Hmmm…something tells us there's more to that story.

Cohen asked Stewart a few other questions, like whether or not she'd ever tried acid, but they seemed like such small potatoes after her initial revelations. [E]

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