According to a new book written by American bestselling author, Christopher Anderson, entitled, The Good Son: JFK Jr. and the Mother He Loved, Madonna had an affair with JFK Jr. while she was still married to Sean Penn.
Anderson, who has authored an impressive 32 books, was a member of the Time Magazine staff back in 1969. In addition to becoming the senior editor of Time Incorporated’s People Magazine, he has also written for a wide range of publications, including The New York Times, The New York Daily News, Life, and Vanity Fair.
But, despite his track record, the latest allegations to be made by Anderson in his new book are controversial, to say the least.
The book recaps the life of JFK Jr. as it focuses primarily on his life growing up in his mother’s 15-room apartment in New York City.
In the book, the author goes into detail about how Kennedy’s mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, didn’t really approve of his relationship with Madonna in the late 80s, which started before her marriage with Sean Penn ended.
According to the allegations, Kennedy met Madonna at a party in 1985, after she performed at Madison Square Gardens. A full three years passed until the pair became involved sexually, despite the fact Madonna was married to Penn, as well as the fact that JFK Jr. was dating Christina Haag at the time.
Things between Kennedy and Madonna reportedly got serious enough that she was taken to meet his mother, who already had a kind of stigma for the pop star as she had been compared to Marilyn Monroee, mainly due to her Material Girl video. That obviously hit a sore spot for Jackie as her late husband had an alleged affair with Monroe years ago.
Among other claims in the book is one that JFK Jr. and Madonna often had midday hook-ups right before Kennedy was due to meet his girlfriend.
If you are interested in reading more about the life of JFK Jr. or just want to read more about his alleged affair with Madonna, you can do so when The Good Son: JFK Jr. and the Mother He Loved hits the bookstore shelves on Oct. 28.