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Book claims, Elizabeth Taylor slept with Reagan and had threesome with JFK

Dailybhaskar.com   |  Oct 12, 2012, 13:31PM IST

New Delhi: The legendary actress, Elizabeth Taylor's love life was no less legendary than her stardom. It is being alleged that the star, who acted in films like Cleopatra (1963) and suddenly last summer (1959), had romantic liaison with former president of United States of America, Ronald Reagan. The allegations made in an unauthorized biography claims that the Hollywood actress also had a threesome involving John F Kennedy and actor Robert Stack.


The allegations came to light in a news report published in dailymail.co.uk, one of the world's most famous film stars, Taylor recognized for her acting ability and for her glamorous lifestyle, beauty and distinctive eyes, confessed to a close friend.


The said friend revealed the information for a book, there is Nothing Like a Dame, a biography written by Danforth Prince and Darwin Potter.


Dame reveals Reagan treated her like a grown up woman and that thrilled her. Taylor was a mere 15-year-old at the time of the incident, supposed to have taken place inside Reagan's Hollywood Hills Home. Revealing the details the actress told her friend that they both were sitting on the sofa before she made the first move. After intense make-out session o the sofa, she moved to the bedroom along with 36-year-old president.


The incident is supposed to have taken place in 1947.


The book claim it was in the swimming pool of JFK that turned into a threesome between the actress, actor Robert Stack and JF Kennedy.


The book further alleges Peter Lawford, Errol Flynn, Tony Curtis, Paul Newman and Frank Sinatra as lovers of the most ravishing beauty to have adorned the silver screen till date.

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