Jennifer Lawrence keeps butt plugs under her bed

I, Jennifer: Jennifer Lawrence took the Comic-Con  to dish on her latest film, "I, Frankenstein." Credit: Getty Images
I, Jennifer: Jennifer Lawrence took the Comic-Con to dish on her latest film, “I, Frankenstein.” Credit: Getty Images

Jennifer Lawrence goes all over the world for her work as a movie star, so she’s probably got her travel checklist down. Buy little airplane shampoos, check. Melatonin for jetlag, check. Shove butt plugs under the bed, check.

The “Hunger Games” star revealed last night on Conan that she once startled a hotel maid with her extensive sex toy collection. “Somebody as a joke bought me a bunch of butt plugs. It’s a long story,” she said. “I had a copious amount of butt plugs. Tons of butt plugs. All different kinds of colors and the maid was coming so I was like, ‘Well, I’ll just shove this under the bed so she doesn’t see all these butt plugs.’ She might not know they are for a joke.”

Unfortunately, cleaning under and behind stuff is kind of a maid’s thing. But really, do you think anything a sweet starlet could do could scandalize a hotel maid? This one certainly went with the flow. “Then I came back and all of them were brought out of the bed and were in this beautiful display on my bedside table,” Jennifer revealed.

That’s pretty funny. Jennifer Lawrence thinks so too: She was so impressed that she says becoming a hotel maid is now her backup career if being a movie star doesn’t work out. It certainly sounds like she and this particular maid were kindred spirits. Maybe it’s her long-lost twin! That’s a movie I’d watch.


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