Kirstie Alley Is A Sad Pathetic Fake Says Psychiatrist – “The Art of Men” Panned as Delusional

Kirstie Alley Is A Sad Pathetic Fake Says Psychiatrist – "The Art of Men" Panned as Delusional

It’s official, Kirstie Alley is a sad pathetic fake.  Dr. Carole Lieberman, a licensed psychiatrist says Kirstie suffers from an exaggerated sense of her own sexuality. Her claim that she’s had trysts with numerous male celebs is ‘sad and pathetic.’ Kirstie seems to live in a fantasy world of her own creation in which she is some sort of femme fatale around whom men fall hopelessly in love. Kirstie maintains that she is a total siren despite the fact that she hasn’t been on a public date in over a decade.

Kirstie wants to make lots of money with her obnoxious tell-all expose, ‘The Art of Men,’ and she figures that since sex sells she’ll announce to the world what a hot sexual creature she is.  What a load of crap.  Kirstie is merely trying to capitalize on her second appearance on Dancing With the Stars which was thankfully terminated last week.  The timing of the release of her book is no coincidence.

Fun Fact: Watching Kirstie attempt to dance at the same high level as the other contestants was painful and pathetic.  Of course she is better than Bristol Palin, but so is Mama Boo Boo, June Shannon.

In her book and interviews Kirstie attempts to humiliate Patrick Swayze’s widow, Lisa Niemi, by claiming a hot affair with the late actor. Delusional Kirstie even goes so far as to claim that Patrick tried to persuade the ‘Fat Actress’ to run off with him. Amazingly, there is no evidence of this steamy affair outside of Kirstie’s overheated brain.

Fortunately, The National Enquirer has Dr. Leiberman debunk and explain Kirstie’s unbelievable claims in this week’s November 26th print edition.

Kirstie Alley’s outrageous claims in her new tell-all book are desperate cry for help, say insiders. They  add that her wild stories about a past packed with raunchy sex and drugs show a sick, obsessive desire for attention after living more than a decade without a man.

In “The Art of Men,” the 61-year-old former “Fat Actress” star boasts about great love affairs with multiple stars, including the man she says stole her heart – John Travolta – even though his secret gay life has been exposed the Enquirer.

She says she also fell hard for Patrick Swayze, enjoyed a sick “Shades of Grey”- style affair with an unnamed partner who choked her during rough sex games – and reveals he she has “done enough coke to kill several people.”

“This book is a substitute for sex, a substitute for love,” noted psychiatrist and “Bad Girls” author Dr. Carole Lieberman told the Enquirer.

In her explosive book, Kirstie says both Swayze and Travolta begged her to run off with them and describes them as the great loves of her life. She said she fell for Travolta while they were filming “Look Who’s Talking” almost 25 years ago and romanced Swayze even earlier in 1985.

But an insider revealed: “Kirstie says she never consummated her feelings for either of them. In fact, Swayze stopped her when she threw herself at him.”

“Although she also said she was tempted to have an affair with her Cheers costar, Woody Harrelson, she never did. She even claims a cougar relationship with her dancing with the stars partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, but they were never lovers either.”

In her book, Kirstie says Woody constantly pestered her for sex, and one night while staying at her house with a girlfriend, he knocked on her door at midnight. Kirstie says she turned him down “half wishing I wasn’t married that night and would bang his brains out.”

And about her cougar relationship with Maxsim she writes that she “catch him staring at me in a sort of awe” and “it shocked me that I ended up loving to the degree that I did.”

In another startling passage, Kirstie writes about being in bed watching television with singer Jonathan Knight. But he’s come out as openly gay!

“It’s genuinely bizarre, Kirstie has written a kiss and tell book primarily about the famous men in her life -and yet there’s very little kissing or telling with any of them,” said the insider.

Dr. Lieberman said. “Her book is a replacement for real-life sex and a real-life man. It’s sad and pathetic.”

So what do you think?  Is Kirstie’s idea of a hot date really a trip to Oink Oink’s Pork Palace?

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