This Former Disney Star Opened Up About Marijuana Edibles

Nick Jonas - who starred with his bandmates/brothers in Disney's Camp Rock (2008) - shattered his squeaky-clean image yesterday by opening up about his disastrous experiment with marijuana edibles. The revelation came when the singer stopped by The Tonight Show to chat with Jimmy Fallon.

"I've never told this story - for good reason," the chagrined Jonas brother said before divulging a night of partying two years ago when he and some friends decided to celebrate the release of his last single. "And one of my friends' wife said, 'Hey, I've got this weed lollipop. Might want to give it a try.' And I was like, sure - why not?"

He went to sleep that night feeling fine, but he says that everything was in slow motion when he woke up the next morning. Which was a huge problem because he had to host the Young Hollywood Awards that night. Check out the full clip for Nick's cautionary tale of rashly dabbling with edibles, which may be a cure for erectile dysfunction, according to his anecdotal evidence.

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