Jenny McCarthy Sends Nude Pic To Son’s Dentist Instead Of Brian Urlacher

Jenny McCarthy Sends Nude Pic To Son’s Dentist Instead Of Brian Urlacher
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Too bad autocorrect can’t fix mistakes like this: Jenny McCarthy accidentally sent a nude photo to her son’s dentist instead of to her boyfriend, Brian Urlacher.

The actress/model told Wendy Williams about the incident. McCarthy said that she took a photo of her son Evan’s aching tooth to send to his dentist. Instead of sending the tooth picture, she sent a full-on naked picture of herself.

“It’s horrific to remember,” she recalled, meaning just the tooth at first. “[My son] woke up and was like, ‘there’s this weird thing on my gum.’”

I saw this abscess and was like, ‘that’s disgusting!’ So I called the dentist and I was like, ‘this is insane.’ He’s like, ‘take a picture and send it to me.’

I went to the bathroom and I was shoving my iPhone in the poor kid’s mouth. I’m taking a picture of it and I’m sending it to the dentist and … I sent him a nude by accident!

The dentist is, like, 80 years old. I literally screamed at the top of my lungs. Is there an app? Like, ‘Uh-oh! I Effed Up!’

McCarthy admitted that the photo was taken for her “new boyfriend,” NFL star Urlacher.

Soon, the whole world will get to see McCarthy strip down, since Hugh Hefner is bringing her back to Playboy, 19 years after her debut.

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Photo Credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

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