Found May 23, 2013 on
During one of her frequent trips to the Howard Stern Show comedienne April Macie, who is probably most famously know for winning Stern’s “Funniest Hottest Comedienne” contest, snitched on a little fetish that she says disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong enjoys.
Here’s how she told the story via Deadspin.
Macie said that she and a friend enjoyed a night out in Los Angeles with Armstrong “five or six years ago,” and eventually returned to his hotel room. That’s when things allegedly got weird:
I went to use the bathroom, and I went in and Lance was bent over a bathtub and [my friend] was just face deep in his asshole.
I was terrified. And then he came out and said, “Does your friend want in on a round too?” and I was like, “Of taint tickling? I’m gonna take a pass”
I think it’s hilarious that he would ask without even knowing my first name—to eat his asshole. Like, “Do you want in on a round too? Of asshole eating?”
We don’t know if this story is true or if it was concocted in
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