Jenny McCarthy’s Son Evan 9, At Playboy Mansion “I Like Pretty Chicks”

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source & Story Credit: Us Weekly – Nicole Eggenberger

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Posted: Saturday April 14, 2012 @1:53 p.m PST


Jenny McCarthy‘s son Evan is not even a  teenager yet and he’s already a little Casanova!

“I brought him to the Playboy Mansion Easter Bunny hunt for the first time,  and he was out of his mind,” McCarthy, 39, told Us Weekly at The London hotel Wednesday at her Pose for a  Cause event with Danskin in L.A..

The event supported McCarthy’s charity, Generation Rescue, which is an  organization dedicated to the recovery of children with autism spectrum  disorders. Evan, 9, was diagnosed with autism in 2005.


McCarthy said she lost Evan for “probably 45 minutes” in the Mansion — ultimately finding him hanging out in the infamous Grotto.

“And I went in there and he’s laying there going, ‘Hey.’ And I said, ‘Yeah?’  and he said, ‘You know I like chicks, right?’ And I said, ‘That’s great!’ And he  goes, ‘I like pretty chicks.’ So I said, ‘Awesome!’ ”

Evan then announced, “I just thought I’d come out and tell you.”


How did McCarthy react?

“I’m like, Oh. My. God! He’s 9!” she exclaimed. “So you can imagine, if Hef’s  parties are still going on in a few years, I’m in trouble!”


And really, the trouble has already started!

“He’s got two girlfriends…one’s here,” the mother revealed. “She’s 29.”





One thought on “Jenny McCarthy’s Son Evan 9, At Playboy Mansion “I Like Pretty Chicks”

  1. Jenny McCarthy’s son never had autism! He has Landau Kleffner Syndrome, which is why immediately after he got on seizure medications, he improved. Duh. It’s so disgusting how she’s pretended she’s a mum of an autistic child when she has no clue what autism really is. She was clever in bringing in compromised folks who wanted fame and money being portrayed with a celeb, but the truth is her son was NEVER autistic.

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