Kim Kardashian may be drug-free these days, but she definitely did some hard partying during what she’s called her “wild phase.”
During Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” the reality TV star and mother of three revealed that she was high on ecstasy during her first wedding, and when she recorded a sex tape with musician Ray J that arguably launched her and her family’s careers as the reigning superstars of reality TV, People reports.
Kardashian took a stroll down memory lane during a discussion with sister Kendall Jenner and Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian’s co-parent and on again/off again partner. When Disick remarked that he’d heard that Kim had once gone to Disneyland “and you were all high or something,” the KKW Beauty founder launched into a few stories of her own.
“I got married on ecstasy the first time. I did ecstasy once and I got married,” Kardashian said, according to People. “I did it again, I made a sex tape. Like, everything bad would happen.”
When Disick asked if she was really high during her infamous sex tape, Kardashian responded, “Absolutely,” according to the outlet.
“Everyone knows it,” she continued. “Like, my jaw was shaking the whole time.”
While Kardashian’s 72-day marriage to NBA star Kris Humphries made headlines in 2011, Kardashian actually got married for the first time years earlier, tying the knot with music producer Damon Thomas in 2000. The marriage ended in divorce in 2004. Kardashian has been married to rapper Kanye West since 2014, and the pair share three children together.
Even though she doesn’t party as hard as she used to, she can still “do crazy things,” Kardashian said during Sunday’s episode of the family’s reality show, People reports.
“I definitely went through a wild phase, I would say in my late teens. I’m not like that anymore,” she reportedly said. “But I still have fun — don’t get it twisted, I’m always the life of the party.”
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