Tuesday, June 12, 2007
JFK JR- The Tease-
Im not surprised on this at all...
June 11, 2007 -- A LACK of latex kept Madonna and John F. Kennedy Jr. from a full-blown sex romp in a no-tell motel one night, a new bio claims.
In "American Legacy," one of JFK Jr.'s closest pals from Brown University, Rob Littell, tells author C. David Heymann that during the summer of 1988, Kennedy and the Material Girl stopped off at a "cheap, dinky" Chicago hotel for a secret rendezvous during which they planned to finally go all the way.
"They were working their way around the bases, and as they rounded third and headed for home, she asked him if he had any protection. He didn't, so now they began discussing how they were going to get a hold of a prophylactic," Littell tells the author.
"She was still legally married to Sean Penn, and he had a steady girlfriend . . . They were afraid of being busted. They couldn't very well just meander into a pharmacy and ask for a pack of Trojans. They were too well known . . . To John's great chagrin, the relationship was never completed."
Another claim in the book, sure to infuriate the Kennedy clan and their friends who believe Heymann's sources are dubious, is that JFK Jr. had numerous bisexual encounters.
Transsexual Warhol superstar Holly Woodlawn, who met the hunk at Studio 54, tells the author: "I know he was attracted to me because when we danced he played with my a - - and stuff. He kissed me on the dance floor, and I kissed him back."
Another acquaintance, French physical therapist Jean Christian Massard, who went clubbing with JFK Jr. in the late '80s, claims, "He confided - and I believed him - that he'd had several flings with men."
Heymann also recounts an alleged one-hour encounter John-John had with a hooker named April Showers at the Four Seasons in Los Angeles on May 30, 1991, after he was unable to hook up with Darryl Hannah and called an escort service.
"He was pretty frustrated and had a good time. He gave me a nice tip," Showers says. "As I was about to leave, he said, 'If I ever run for president, don't pop out of the woodwork on me - you could cost me votes.' 'Don't worry,' I replied. 'My lips are sealed.'
Taken from the NEW YORK POST