When it came to selling a certain household item, Jennifer Lawrence's mother didn't give a crap.
The actress told People magazine that her mom, Karen, once sold a broken used toilet from J.Law's home — the toilet was actually sold to a man named Lee Eisenberg, who happens to be the writing partner of "No Hard Feelings" director Gene Stupnitsky.
"Years ago, Lee Eisenberg bought a toilet on Craigslist from my mom. My toilet," she said, adding that she "doesn't know" why her mom decided to shill a porcelain throne.
"I'm like, 'I broke it.' My mom sold it for me," the "No Hard Feelings" star said.
At the time of the purchase, Lee knew the identity of the seller.
"That's how we know the story now," Jennifer said. "So thanks, Mom."
In "No Hard Feelings," Jen answers a Craigslist ad placed by the parents of a shy teenager. The goal was for the teen, played by Andrew Barth Feldman, to become less timid.
J.Law has often spoke of how much her own parents supported her over the years, even after she dropped out of school.
"My parents, you know—changed their entire lives to support me," she told 60 Minutes in 2018.
Admitting to being a "weirdo" in school, Jen said she once faked having a wooden leg in class.
"And I, like, walked in a very consistent limp. Like, incredibly consistent. And when my mom came to get me from school, my teachers were, like, 'It's awful what happened to Jennifer's leg.' And my mom was, like, 'She does not have—she's—her leg has not been amputated.' I used to just invent stories just to invent them," she said.
The "Hunger Games" star added, "My parents were just—you know, they would go through periods of time where they just wanted me outta the house. And it was called a lockout. And so I'd go to the door and it was locked. And I'd be like all right. I gotta find something else to do until my parents were ready to deal with me again. I was a handful. And I got it. We never fought about it. I've always been very self-aware about my annoyingness."