Fresh concerns have been raised over Jenna Jameson's well-being after the former porn star has been stumbling through interviews while promoting her new book.
The 39-year-old was incoherent, slurring her words and had difficulty finishing sentences during a live TV segment on U.S. morning show Good Day New York on Monday, which resulted in the producers axing the second part of the interview.
During the interview, which was plugging her bio "Sugar," the former adult actress denied being abused like former porn star Linda Lovelace, and called the claims "bull."
"Listen, whatever she (Lovelace) had to say I seem to think that it was bull. I made my whole entire life was taken care of and I made a lot of money,” she said.
It wasn't the only interview that Jameson struggled through. She broke down during a radio spot on SiriusXM, when the turbulent relationship between her and her ex, UFC fighter Tito Ortiz, was brought up.
Show hosts Jim Norton and Sam Roberts uncomfortably asked questions, realizing something was clearly wrong with her behaviour.
Jameson broke into the porn biz in 1993 and has been dubbed 'The Queen of Porn.'