Fran Drescher's alien story is out of this world
Fran Drescher is telling tales from outer space while trying to save the human race. The actress, who has launched the new site Trash Cancer, firmly believes aliens have planted a chip inside of her.
Fran Drescher believes she and ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson were visited -- and implanted with chips -- by aliens long before they first met.
"You know, it's funny because Peter and I both saw [aliens] before we knew each other, doing the same thing, driving on the road with our dads," Fran Drescher told the Huffington Post.
"We were both in junior high," the Happily Divorced star went on to explain. "A few years later, we met, and we realized that we had the same experience. I think that somehow we were programmed to meet. We both have this scar. It's the exact same scar on the exact same spot."
For his part, Jacobson is happy to offer reasonable explanations for their matching scars -- not that Drescher is willing to listen. "I said to him, that's what the aliens programmed us to think," the 54-year-old explained. "But really, that's where the chip is."
In news from this planet, Fran Drescher has launched a new website called Trash Cancer, aimed at helping consumers become familiar with toxins found in skincare, food and cleaning agents.
"We have to start thinking about the products that we clean our home with, that we put on our skin and what we put into our mouths," The Nanny star said in a video. "There are so many toxins that we expose ourselves to that are now being linked to many different health issues like infertility, developmental issues and, of course, cancer."
"You can start to recognize what chemicals are on the 'iffy' list, what chemicals are considered carcinogens... so you can make better, more informed decisions for you and your family. We want to live a preventative lifestyle, find out what the causes of cancer are and eliminate them.
"If given the choice and you have some education and information, you may choose one product over another. Just become an educated consumer, be a medical consumer. Learn the early warning whispers of the cancers that might affect you, and the tests that are available."