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Will Smith says he used to have so much sex he would actually 'throw up'.
In his new autobiography, the film star has opened up about a bad break-up he went through when he was younger, and revealed he tried to deal with it by sleeping with lots of women.
But the 53-year-old explained that because he was having so much 'rampant sex', he developed a psychosomatic reaction to orgasming and sometimes vomited during the act.
In the book, titled Will, he says: "I desperately need relief but as there is no pill for heartbreak, I resorted to the homeopathic remedies of shopping and rampant sexual intercourse."
At the time, he was trying to get over his girlfriend Melanie, who he started dating when he was 16.
He claims she cheated on him while he was away on tour, and he says he had only had sex with one other woman besides her.
He writes: "Over the next few months, I went full ghetto hyena.
"I had sex with so many women, and it was so constitutionally disagreeable to the core of my being, that I developed a psychosomatic reaction to having an orgasm."
And it even got to the point, he says, where sex 'would literally make me gag and sometimes even vomit'.
He adds: "In every case, though, I hoped to God this beautiful stranger would be 'the one' who would love me, who would make this pain go away."
But it's not just Will who has been discussing his sex life in recent weeks, his current wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, opened up about their relationship last month.
The 50-year-old discussed their 'journey' on her chat show Red Table Talk, having met her husband when she was just 22.
Guest Gwyneth Paltrow was speaking about her healthy sex life, having recently celebrated her three-year wedding anniversary with producer Brad Falchuk, to which Pinkett Smith replied: "Me on the other hand, down and dirty in it, 26."
She continued: "It's hard. I mean, [the] thing that Will and I talk about a lot is the journey.
"I mean, we started in this at a very young age. You know, 22 years old, so that's why the accountability part really hit for me because I think you expect your partner to know, especially when it comes to sex.
"It's like, 'Well, if you love me, you should know'. You know what I mean? If you love me, you should read my mind. You know what I mean?"
Pinkett Smith went on to say that she had grown out of the guessing game.
She explained: "I've grown out of it too. You tell me what you need. Tell me what you want. And on top of it, I know that I have to be accountable to do the same."
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