Actor Michael Douglas yesterday denied saying his throat cancer was caused by oral sex. As he hit world headlines, his spokesman Alan Burry said the star, 68, was quoted out of context over the sex virus HPV.
Alan said: “Michael didn’t say cunnilingus was the cause of his cancer.
“It was discussed that oral sex is a suspected cause of certain oral cancers. He didn’t say it was the specific cause of his.”
Douglas had a tongue tumour in 2010.
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Asked if he regretted drinking and smoking, he reportedly said: “No. Because this particular cancer is caused by HPV, which actually comes from cunnilingus.”