Marilyn Monroe made a ‘disturbing’ phone call to Bing Crosby’s home in Palm Springs asking if she could speak to her just days after her flight, a writer has claimed.
J. Randy Taraborelli, who wrote ‘Jackie: Public, Private, Secret’, claims that Kennedy answered their personal phone in their bedroom in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts and heard the actress on the other end of the line.
Her husband President John F. Kennedy was rumored to have had an on-off affair with the iconic actress for years until 1962. The author suggests that their sexual relationship only occurred on the weekend of March 24, 1962.
According to Taraborelli, after speaking with multiple sources, Jackie told family members that ‘Marilyn had a haunting quality to her voice that really stuck with her.’
Author J. Randy Taraborelli, who wrote ‘Jackie: Public, Private, Secret’, claims that Kennedy answered their personal phone in their bedroom in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts and heard the actress on the other end of the line.
Taraborelli’s book claims that Jackie Kennedy told her mother that the call was ‘off-putting’, and that Monroe’s voice was ‘sad’, which she found ‘upsetting’.
In April 1962, Monroe called and asked, ‘Is Jack home?’ To which Kennedy said he wasn’t, and then asked who was calling.
Caller says: ‘Marilyn Monroe. Is it Jackie?’
When Kennedy said it was, Monroe asked if he would tell the president if he had called. Kennedy asked what it was about, and Monroe said it was ‘nothing in particular,’ the book says.
J. The claims are made in a new biography titled ‘Jackie: Public, Private, Secret’ by Randy Taraborelli.
Monroe ‘just wanted to say hello.’
Jackie Kennedy said she would cut the message.
Taraborelli’s book, seen by Fox News, claims that Jackie Kennedy told her mother that the call was ‘off-putting’, and that Monroe’s voice was ‘sad’, which she found ‘upsetting’.
The call was made to a private number and went directly to the Kennedys’ bedroom phone.
It was the only line not wired or monitored by Secret Service agents.
Jackie Kennedy is thought to have been confused about how Monroe managed to get through the personal line.
Taraborelli wrote in his book: ‘Jackie would never have been the type to say to Marilyn, “How dare you call here.” He was not such a personality. He was the type to be polite and hang up, which is exactly what he did.
‘If it had been Elizabeth Taylor or any other movie star, there wouldn’t have been much intrigue about it. Even if it had been JFK’s affair with another woman, there wouldn’t have been much of a plot.
‘Anything Marilyn touched has always generated interest.
‘Jackie felt that Marilyn was too weak, too weak to play with JFK or anyone else for that matter.’
John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline sit together in the sun at the Kennedy family home in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.
Monroe died three months after famously singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to President Kennedy. The performance prompted one gossip columnist to comment: ‘It looked like Marilyn was making love to the President in front of 40 million Americans’.
John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert Kennedy pose with Monroe from the night she sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to the president. It is said that this is the only film of the trio together
Speaking of JFK and Monroe’s weekend affair, the author said: ‘But it was a weekend indeed.
‘JFK had so much going on that Jackie probably thought it was more than just a weekend.
‘But we have to understand that Jackie really didn’t know the extent of JFK’s relationship with Marilyn.’
Rumors of President Kennedy’s relationship with Monroe were fueled by her ecstatic performance at his 45th birthday bash at Madison Square Garden on May 19, 1962, just three months before his death.
The performance led one gossip columnist to comment: ‘It looked like Marilyn was making love to the President in front of 40 million Americans’.
Jackie also confronts her therapist when she discovers that he also treated Monroe.
The former first lady began seeing psychiatrist Dr. Marianne Criss after her husband’s murder in the 1970s, according to ‘Jackie: Public, Private, Secret.’
But she is furious when she learns that her therapist has also conducted sessions with her love rival, Monroe.
Rumors of President Kennedy’s affair with Monroe were fueled by her ecstatic performance at his 45th birthday bash at Madison Square Garden on May 19, 1962, just three months before his death.
Chris asked Jackie ‘How is that relevant’ when he was challenged on it and Jackie replied: ‘How is that not relevant?’.
Jackie was married to Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis while she was seeing the therapist.
The pair were discussing ‘Mrs. Onassis’ ongoing PTSD concerns the November 1963 assassination of President Kennedy in Texas. She was sitting next to him in the motorcade at the time of his death.
Chris’s secretary from 1972 to 1974, Patricia Atwood, told Taraborelli, ‘They addressed Mrs. Onassis’ ongoing PTSD over the murder, as well as some troubling issues about their marriage.’
‘He went out in a blaze of glory,’ said Mrs Onassis, according to a note I read.
He said, ‘The way he died completely took away the right to hate him. Next to that entry, Dr. Chris wrote that his grief was anything but, as he put it, “tidy.”
Jackie is told that Chris also treated Monroe and she gets angry and confronts him
‘When Jackie confronted him, Chris said he felt no obligation to tell her about any former patients as he had never disclosed that he had ever treated Jackie,’ Taraborrelli wrote.
The affair between Monroe and JFK was never confirmed but quickly became one of the biggest political scandals in US history.
The pair reportedly met only four times between 1961 and 1962, according to Donald Spoto’s 2001 biography of Monroe, which also says they had a sexual fling.
But other accounts claim the affair began in the early 1950s when President Kennedy was then a senator from Massachusetts and a relative unknown in Hollywood.
Peter Lawford first introduced them because Monroe was a close friend of him and his wife, Pat Kennedy Lawford, the president’s sister.
But it is said that President Kennedy originally gave the actress to her younger brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, who was married at the time, when he tired of the affair.
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1942: First marriage to munitions factory worker, James Dougherty
1946: তালাকপ্রাপ্ত ডগার্টি
1948: 20th Century Fox exec, Joseph Schenck এর সাথে সম্পর্ক শুরু হয় এবং মেরিলিনের হলিউড ক্যারিয়ার শুরু করে
1948: ট্যালেন্ট এজেন্ট জনি হাইড তার স্ত্রীকে মেরিলিনের ‘সুগার ড্যাডি’ হতে ত্যাগ করেন
1951: বিবাহিত হলিউড পরিচালক, এলিয়া কাজানের সাথে গোপন সম্পর্ক
1954: বেসবল নায়ক জো ডিমাজিওর সাথে বিয়ে, যা মাত্র নয় মাস পরে বিবাহবিচ্ছেদে শেষ হয়েছিল
1955: মার্লন ব্র্যান্ডোর সাথে সংক্ষিপ্ত সম্পর্ক
1956: নাট্যকার আর্থার মিলারের সাথে বিয়ে
1950 এর দশকের শেষের দিকে: জন এফ কেনেডির সাথে মেরিলিনের সম্পর্ক শুরু হয়
1961: তালাকপ্রাপ্ত মিলার, বন্ধ্যাত্ব এবং গর্ভপাতের কারণে একটি সর্বনাশ বিবাহের পরে
1961: মিলারের সাথে তার বিবাহবিচ্ছেদের পরে মেরিলিন সংক্ষিপ্তভাবে ফ্রাঙ্ক সিনাত্রার সাথে ডেটিং করেছিলেন
1961: রবার্ট কেনেডির সাথে সম্পর্ক শুরু হয় যখন তার ভাই JFK এর সাথে তার সম্পর্ক অব্যাহত থাকে
1962: মেরিলিনকে তার ব্রেন্টউডের বাড়িতে 4 আগস্ট মৃত অবস্থায় পাওয়া যায়
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