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Charlie Sheen's Ex-Hooker Kacey Jordan Reveals His Penis Size on Buzz 103.1

Kacey Jordan has enjoyed her little slice of fame after recently finishing a 32-hour bender with none other than Charlie Sheen.

Since details of Sheen's debauchery, like enjoying the company of high-priced hookers, made the news, he has had the media spotlight and a Twitter account gaining steam.

The Buzz 103.1 morning show, hosted by Jeremy Loper and Randi Rasar, was able to nab an interview with Jordan this morning before she hits a media tour tomorrow that will include Howard Stern.

So what does a high-priced hooker talk about? Charlie Sheen's penis, of course!

We got on the phone with Loper and got the, ahem, dirty details, of the interview.

Jordan, who's only 22, gave Rasar and Loper the complete tell-all.

"We drug the info out of her. I bluntly asked her how big his penis was. I figured she

wouldn't be as graphic as she was, but she told me it was six inches straight up," said Loper.

During the interview, Jordan explained how Twitter had allowed the duo to get connected. After exchanging contact info and setting a date (we use this term loosely), the two ended up at Sheen's house, watching porno in his movie theater and doing "pure cocaine." Apparently Sheen is on more drugs than the one called "Charlie Sheen."

It gets better.

Aside from examining the girth of Sheen's manhood, which Jordan says is "good," Loper managed to get Jordan to admit that Sheen, during the 32-hour bender, asked her to give him a blowjob while he smoked crack.

"He said, 'OK, I'm going to hit the crack pipe and you're going to

go down on me at the same time.' So we did it."

To hear the full interview, head over to buzz103.com.


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