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Jenny McCarthy's son reported her to police

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Jenny McCarthy's son called the police on her.

The former Playboy model admits Evan, 12 - whom she has with ex-husband John Asher - once reported her for texting on her phone whilst she was driving.

Speaking on Sirius radio show 'Dirty Sexy Funny', she recalled the experience: "We're driving in the car and of course I text and drive. He called the police on me and said, 'My mom is texting and driving right now.' "

To avoid getting in trouble with the law, the 41-year-old star quickly grabbed her son's phone and launched it out of the window.

However, this isn't the first time Evan has called the police about his mother as he also rung them when she once sneaked out of the house for a cigarette and he became anxious about her whereabouts.

She explained: "He called 911 and said, 'I am alone in the house. My mom abandoned me.' I go back in the house and it's 911 and they're like, 'Your child just called. Is there an emergency?' I'm like, 'What? No!"

Meanwhile, the blonde beauty - who engaged to Donnie Wahlberg - recently left Evan "horrified" after she had the "birds and the bees" talk with him.

She said previously: "It was difficult ... but being the kind of single mom I've been, I've had to wear two hats and I'm proud to say that Evan will never be having sex for the rest of his life after my conversation."

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