"She took a s**t in the backyard": Jennifer Aniston reveals what Jimmy Kimmel's daughter did in her house
Jennifer Aniston shared the anecdote about Kimmel's daughter when the TV show host questioned the actress about her 'Friendsgiving Dinner'
Jennifer Aniston is currently promoting her new movie titled 'Dumplin' and appeared on her friend Jimmy Kimmel's show on Wednesday evening for the same.
While in the hot seat on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', the 49-year-old actress shared a story about a time when Jimmy's daughter decided to use the backyard of Aniston's mansion she shared with former husband Justin Theroux as her toilet. Jimmy has two children with Molly McNearney — 1-year-old William and 4-year-old Jane.
Kimmel also has two other children from a previous marriage to Gina Kimmel - 25-year-old Kevin and 27-year-old Katie. The whole conversation began when Jimmy decided to question Aniston about her 'Friendsgiving Dinner' and was of the opinion that she should not serve the generic turkey and potatoes at her meal.
Jennifer said she would agree on one condition and said, "Listen, I’ll make a deal. If we do this, can we talk about your children not using my backyard as a bathroom? That did happen, and you know what, a year went by and I didn’t know about it. Because Jane was a lot younger, she took a s**t in the backyard, right on the lawn, right next to the beautiful pool."
She further explained how it was Jimmy's wife Molly and his sister-in-law Kelly who confessed to her a year later as she went into a hilarious story of how they asked for doggy poop bags.
"Then they asked for three bags. She’s healthy!" Aniston shared jokingly. During her interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, she also spoke about Molly's appearance in her upcoming movie 'Dumplin' which will release on Netflix on December 7.
Aniston was recently paid a rather racy compliment by Dolly Parton's husband Carl Dean Thomas. Dolly told Jimmy Fallon on his show that Carl was a huge fan of Aniston and wants a threesome with her. "My mouth just dropped," Aniston shared with USA Today. "And then I laughed my (butt) off. That’s Dolly."
"It was hilarious, I think it’s flattering. And that’s Dolly's sense of humor. No one in the world can get away with saying anything like that about their partner on live television, except Dolly. I mean, that is a quote," Aniston continued.