Samuel L. Jackson has hinted he lost his innocence at 11 in a candid new magazine interview.
The Pulp Fiction star tells Playboy magazine he became a man while vacationing on a relative's farm in Georgia.
He says, "There was a family of girls who lived through the woods from us, and we all used to meet at this creek and swim naked. I was about 10 or 11. I think two of the girls were about 14, 15, so that's when it happened.
"Girls were interesting to me, period. They could be fat, skinny, tall, short, ugly, beautiful - as long as they were willing to do that thing."
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