A new tell-all book about Elizabeth Taylor is making shocking claims about her sex life – including affairs with not one, but two future Presidents.
If authors Danforth Prince and Darwin Potter are to be believed, Elizabeth Taylor was guilty of more than just having an insatiable sexual appetite. Their new unauthorized exposé Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing Like a Dame paints an incredibly unflattering portrait of the screen goddess including allegations of engaging in a threesome with John F. Kennedy, making up a fake pregnancy to ensnare singer/actor Frank Sinatra, and even seducing a then 36-year-old (and married) Ronald Reagan while she was just a teenager.
In the startling Elizabeth Taylor tell-all currently selling like hot-cakes on Amazon, the authors claim that then-actor Reagan invited a teenage Liz to have dinner at his home. It was there that a young Taylor seduced Reagan, who was married at the time to his first wife, Academy Award winning actress Jane Wyman. The London Daily Express reprinted an excerpt from the tell-all book detailing Liz’s reflections on the encounter: “Reagan was treating me like a grown woman, and that thrilled me. We sat on his sofa and I could tell he wanted to get it on but he seemed reluctant to make the first move. I became the aggressor. After a heavy make-out session on the sofa, we went into the bedroom.”
Even more shocking than the books allegations of a future President engaging in underage sex is its claims that during a nude swim with JFK and actor Robert Stack in the politician’s pool the three engaged in group sex. Both Stack and Kennedy were married at the time of the alleged tryst. None of Taylor’s children have come out to address the new accusations and all the involved parties named in the book have passed away and are unable to defend themselves.
According to The Huffington Post, it’s unlikely the scandalous details of this new Elizabeth Taylor tell-all book will make it into the upcoming Lifetime biopic of the legend starring Lindsay Lohan as Taylor.