Jennifer Aniston fans slam David Letterman as 'creepy' for licking her hair & sniffing her neck in resurfaced interview

JENNIFER Aniston fans have been left "disgusted" after an old video of David Letterman licking her hair resurfaced.

In the clip from 1998, Jennifer is a guest on David's late night talk show, and he tells her he "just wants to try something."

As he move behind her, he leans in to her neck and it's unclear what his intentions are.

Jennifer jumps aways laughing, asking "what are you doing?," and David then grabs a piece of her hair and puts it in his mouth.

As the audience laughs, she then takes a tissue and wipes her hair.

"Can't get over how creepy and disturbing this clip of Jennifer Aniston on Letterman is," shared one fan,as another tweeted: "This Jennifer Aniston interview on David Letterman in 1998 is still disgusting to watch."

"Why did David Letterman put Jennifer Aniston’s hair in his mouth back in the day? I'm so confused," asked another.

David's style has been called into question in recent days, in the wake of the Framing Britney Spears documentary and the way young famous women are treated.

In a clip from 2007 with Paris Hilton, he grills her on her time in jail, even though she explicity tells him she does not want to discuss it.

"I’ve moved on with my life so I don’t really want to talk about it anymore," she says to which he replies: "This is where you and I are different, because this is all I want to talk about.”

"I’m not answering any more questions about it. I’m here for my clothing and my movie and my perfume. I’m not here to talk about that. I’ve moved on," she insists.

Letterman apologised to Hilton in 2008.

In 2013, however,he also harassed Lindsay Lohan over her stints in rehab, asking when she would be returning.

"What are they rehabbing? What is on their list? What are they going to work on when you walk through the door?" he asked.

"You can't make a joke of it, that's so mean," the actress responded.

Fans called it disgusting, although Letterman has yet to respond to criticism.


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