Dailies | Ousted American Apparel Founder Says Being Gay ‘Would've Worked Better for Me’ (Exclusive Video)

Dov Charney talks about his difficulties with women on Esquire Network's upcoming interview series, “My Friends Call Me Johnny”

Dov Charney, the ousted founder of clothing company American Apparel, talks about his difficulties with women on Esquire Network's upcoming interview series, “My Friends Call Me Johnny.”

Hosted by Jean “Johnny” Pigozzi, the series features Pigozzi in sits down with his famous friends, including Martha Stewart and Lorne Michaels. He's not shy about asking provocative questions and often his friends will answer them truthfully.

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In TheWrap‘s exclusive clip from the premiere episode, Pigozzi and ousted Charney discuss dating women to the perks of being gay.

“I've often thought [being gay] would've worked better for me,” Charney said while speaking to Pigozzi about his complicated relationships with women.

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Watch the video above.

“My Friends Call Me Johnny” premieres on the Esquire Network on Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 10/9c.