It looks like John Mayer had a good time last night at Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter’s Waverly Inn. As the 30-year-old crooner was leaving the exclusive West Village eatery, apparently alone, a TMZ videographer rolled as Mr. Mayer sounded off.
In the midst of his rant, he accuses TMZ.com managing editor Harvey Levin of abusing the freedom of information act by subpeoning Mr. Mayer’s thoughts—specifically the ones he had on September 14, 2007.
“The reason I’m so worried about this night is that I had a little bit too much to drink that night and I fell asleep with the gay network Logo on,” he told them with a straight face, pausing to look at the ground for a few moments. “A lot of dreams were had that night and if they ever get out, they represent a very small fraction of my day.”
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