RFK: A CANDID BIOGRAPHY OF ROBERT KENNEDY.
Heymann states that “JEANNE CARMEN lived next door” to MARILYN MONROE “in
an apartment building on Los Angeles’s Doheny Drive” and that JEANNE CARMEN
and MARILYN MONROE “tried cocaine once and were bouncing off the walls”.
Heymann states that MARILYN MONROE had an affair with JOHN KENNEDY and that
JEANNE CARMEN had an affair with JOHN KENNEDY as well.
Heymann also recounts the time ROBERT KENNEDY found a diary at MARILY’N’s
apartment while CARMEN was visiting. ROBERT or “BOBBY” as he was more
commonly called became enraged that MARILYN was writing down things he had
said to her in private. BOBBY threw the diary against the wall and said
“Get rid of this!”
Heymann also states that CARMEN had a love affair with FRANK SINATRA and
that CARMEN described SINATRA’s manhood as being “like a watermelon on the
end of a toothpick”.
Regarding MARILYN’s death, Heymann states that sometime in the early hours
of August 5, 1962, PETER LAWFORD made a sweep of MARILYNs house and removed
any items that would link MARILYN to the KENNEDY’s including MARILYN’s
According to CARMEN, “PETER was torn between his loyalty to MARILYN and his
loyalty to the KENNEDY’s but in the end he chose the KENNEDY’s”.
Heymann also states that CARMEN’s home was also broken into on the morning
of August 5, 1962 and that the perpetrators “took documents and papers and
Source: ^ Heymann, C. David (1998). RFK: A Candid Biography of Robert F.
Kennedy. Dutton: Penguin Putnam Inc., 309,313,314,320-21,324-25. ISBN
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