Jenny Mollen, Jason Biggs’s wife, thinks she was haunted by a ghost dog

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The only other time we reported on Jenny Mollen, the wife of American Pie star Jason Biggs, she was telling an extremely NSFW story about trying to hire a prostitute for her husband as a gift or something. Spoiler – it didn’t work out like they planned, but she did get an incredible anecdote out of it, if it even happened. It’s like Jenny was trying to write a script for American Reunion 2.* (I didn’t see the last one, American Reunion, but I did see its predecessor, the third American Pie movie, American Wedding. The only scene I remember involved pubic hair and a wedding cake.)

Jenny is back with a new memoir, Live Fast Die Hot, apparently it’s her second one although I didn’t hear of her first. She has some more unbelievable anecdotes, some involving ghosts. US Magazine has a video interview with Mollen, who seems a bit manic at points. She claims that she flew to Morocco to complain to an Etsy seller about a rug. She also cites the fact that a door once opened in her house (not when she was looking at it, just later she noticed) as evidence that it was haunted. She was living in LA at the time and decided to move to NY for this reason alone. Literally the only example she gave of something creepy happening was when a door was open which she thought had been closed. She had a baby which was six months old at the time and explains that she just got done nursing her, so she was likely sleep deprived. Later she saw a psychic who told her it was the ghost of an old man and his dog. This led her to move her whole family without okaying it with her husband first.

After an eerily open door and possible paranormal haunting, the actress and her husband, Orange Is the New Black actor Jason Biggs, fled Los Angeles. The Chicago Fire actress said, “I spoke to a psychic and she told me maybe it was a ghost dog with an old man partner. Not kidding!” She told Us Weekly, “I can deal with the dog, but the old man partner has to go.”

The pair and their son, Sid, [now] 2, fled to the Big Apple shortly after, but she suspected the ghost was still lingering. “You know in Jaws when the shark follows her from Amity Island down to the Bahamas? I thought maybe the ghost followed me to New York!”

Paranormal activity wasn’t her only problem in NYC, however. “I did decide that my neighbors needed to stop smoking because I thought they were giving us cancer. I may or may not have broken into their house using my fire escape, and had a confrontation with them,” Mollen says.

Live Fast Die Hot also chronicles Mollen’s trip to Morocco to track down a rogue Etsy seller, and her ayahuasca experience with Chelsea Handler.

[From US Magazine]

This woman is exhausting. In the video on Us’s site she explains that she not only sold the house out from under her husband, Jason, she also brought the nanny with them to New York too. As for her claims that the ghost was following her, she’s never going to escape that ghost and his dog. Figments of the imagination usually do follow you wherever you go. (Have you seen the research in which they can recreate ghosts and alien-like visitations by stimulating parts of the brain? It does seem real to people.) She got another good story for her book though. Also, How am I not surprised that she’s friends with Chelsea Handler?

*I thought I came up with this idea on my own, and then I re-read my original coverage and realize that I quoted a commenter who said essentially this same thing.

Here’s the video:

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  1. Sullivan says:

    Where have I been? I don’t know who she is and yet she has a second(!?!) memoir coming out. Did people actually buy her first memoir?

    • Pandy says:

      Was just coming in to say the same thing! Never heard of her lolllll and nothing she’s said is of any interest so she will remain a “Who?” For me.

  2. Stella Alpina says:

    Cool story bro.

    This is much ado about nothing. I (and especially people I know) have experienced more concrete supernatural events, but okay Jenny.

    Is she famous mainly for being the wife of a once relevant actor from the 2000s?

  3. Merritt says:

    Mollen and her husband are annoying. They both think they are hilarious but their jokes are all garbage.

    • Rhiley says:

      I agree. She comes across as a typical, spoiled brat. I know her from one of Chelsea Handler’s obnoxious specials for Netflix in which she and Chelsea travel to somewhere to do some very powerful drug. She was puking all over the place and “tripping balls” (her words) and it was pretty uncomfortable to watch. She thinks she is all that and a bag of chips but she is really pretty boring.

      • Tourmaline says:

        I can’t stand this woman either or her husband since I heard them on Howard Stern’s show. I was just about to say that she seems like a JV-version of Chelsea Handler but I didn’t realize she actually worked with Chelsea. What a dreadful pairing.

      • SmartyPants says:

        Same! Can’t even stand OITNB due to the Jason Biggs of it all. They are both just repellant.

  4. Snazzy says:

    So who is she and why is she famous? Whatever the answers (I don’t care enough to google her :) ), she sounds like an exhausting moron to be around

  5. Zapp Brannigan says:

    Just like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic novel “The Hound Of Who The Hell Are You?”

  6. Bridget says:

    She is exhausting.

  7. dr mantis toboggan says:

    My favourite part of American reunion is when stifler crapped in the cooler.
    I don’t know why mensa haven’t accepted my application

  8. JenniferJustice says:

    I have never before heard of this woman and this is what she puts out there for us to get to know her? Whack Job!!!

  9. Samtha says:

    True story: after my childhood dog passed, my entire family heard his collar jingling all the time. We’d be sitting around, watching television or eating dinner or something, and all of a sudden we’d hear his collar jingling as if he were running around the house. Even one of my friends heard it once while staying the night at my house.

    There might be a rational explanation for it, but I continue to believe that he loved us so much that he stuck around for a while to look after us.

    • Naddie says:

      This is the kind of thing I wish so hard it’s real. I miss my pets, even after all these years.

    • EmmGee says:

      When my beloved Malamute-husky-wolf girl passed on several years ago, my remaining dog pack would frequently bark at dog’s eye view level, seemingly at nothing visible to the human eye, and they behaved really strangely when it would happen. Shortly after she passed, I took a picture of one of my other other pups out on our deck right by the spot they would all gather when they wanted to come inside, and in the picture standing beside my pup was a kind of misty dog-shape that was just the right height to be my sweet girl. It was weird but also really comforting in a creepy ghost-dog sort of way.

    • amilu says:

      I love this so much and wish I had the same experiences when I lost my souldog a year ago and his sister a few month later!

      • EmmGee says:

        @amilu I lost the old guy in my pack a few months ago and not a day goes by that I don’t still miss him. “Souldog” is a perfect descriptor for the place they hold in our hearts and I’m sorry you lost yours. Though they can never be replaced, I find that when your heart is ready, a new souldog will come to you……🐾🐾🐕💗

  10. Naddie says:

    Her bank account is probably haunted with a lot of money. If I get a ghost at my house, I’d have to become friends with it, or live under the bridge.

  11. Kitkatk8 says:

    Everytime she gets on these story telling rampages I can’t help but think she’s about to stop at any random moment and be like “and then I found five dollars”. The end.