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    Angelina Jolie Once Said She Was "Really Horny" and Looking for a Man in an Elevator, Claims Pat O'Brien

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    Well, this is unexpected. 

    Former host of Access Hollywood and The Insider Pat O'Brien has released his memoir, titled I'll Be Right Back After This, in which he details an, er, interesting encounter with Angelina Jolie that allegedly took place at the high-end Beverly Hills hotel L'Ermitage back in 2002. 

    "I said, 'What's up baby?'" he recalled (according to the Daily Mail, which obtained excerpts of the memoir), claiming he rubbed elbows with the Oscar-winning actress in an elevator, at which point Angelina reportedly replied, "I'm trying to find this guy I kind of know because I'm really horny right now.'" (No surprise, O'Brien's allegations have made numerous headlines.)

    The 66-year-old TV personality continued, writing, "I joked that she had my number and we laughed." 

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    Angelina Jolie, Billy Bob Thornton, Tattoo Steve Granitz/Wireimage

    Jolie has yet to respond to O'Brien's remarks regarding their rumored encounter. The 66-year-old television personality has interviewed the mother of six numerous times in the past. 

    In addition to dishing on the Maleficent star's love life, the author also opened up about his eyebrow-raising interview with Angelina's father, Jon Voight, during which the 75-year-old actor tearfully pleaded—on Access Hollywood—for his estranged daughter to seek help for her "serious mental problems" (the interview took place the same year of O'Brien's alleged run-in with Jolie). 

    O'Brien says he met the Midnight Cowboy star for coffee in the San Fernando Valley, where Voight reportedly told him, "I want to talk to you about my daughter. I'm brokenhearted. That's the reason I'm here. I feel I can trust you as a journalist." 

    "If Voight felt that he was going to win his daughter back by this TV confessional, he was sadly mistaken," O'Brien writes (Jolie and her father famously reconciled in late 2009). 

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    Pat O'Brien, I'll Be Back After This, Memoir St. Martin's Press

    Furthermore, O'Brien opens up in his memoir about his well-documented struggle with alcoholism. 

    Recalling his "God moment" when he finally decided to get sober, O'Brien writes that his rehab counselor came to him and said, "You're going to die. Pat, you can't do this for Sean [O'Brien's son]. You have to do it for yourself or Sean will be arranging your funeral." 

    I'll Be Right Back After This is on shelves now.

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