Kaley Cuoco claims The Big Bang Theory bosses added more sex scenes with ex Johnny Galecki 'just to f*** with her'

KALEY Cuoco has claimed that The Big Bang Theory bosses added MORE sex scenes with her ex Johnny Galecki 'just to f*** with her'.

The actress played Penny in the popular series for 12 years alongside Galecki's Leonard.

The former couple originally dated for two years during their early days on the CBS sitcom.

But once they decided to end the relationship in 2009, the actors still had to continue the on set romance between Penny and Leonard.

Kaley explained during a chat on Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast: "We dated at the beginning of the show for almost two years. When we did the pilot and I was crushing so hard but he had a girlfriend then.

"Eventually, we got together and we were mad about each other for two years but then we broke up."

The 34-year-old added: "Luckily Johnny and I came out of it so brilliantly and we’re closer today than we ever were."

On filming subsequent bedroom scenes, she described how she become suspicious of creator Chuck Lorre and the on set additions.

She recalled: "It was a little sensitive for a minute. But I just remember Chuck Lorre – the genius behind our show – I remember those weeks where our characters would be jumping in bed with each other every other second.

"Johnny and I talk about it and I think [Chuck] did that on purpose – just to f**k with us.

"If I was with him, I would ask him because it came out of nowhere. All of a sudden these characters were all up on each other."

The Big Bang Theory star recently spoke about her ‘nuts’ pay packet and time on the sitcom.

The actress was thought to have been paid $1million (£770,000) per episode – matching co-stars Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg.

Kaley, who is set to star in a new show called The Flight Attendant, told the Los Angeles Times: "That experience – the cast, the amount of time spent together, the pay, the ratings – like, it was nuts, it was unheard of.

"That was so special and will be a part of my heart for the rest of my life.

"Nothing will ever compare to that and I think knowing that helps me separate that from what I’m doing now, which is so different and new."

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