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This link confirm that Jeanne Carmen was in fact Marilyn's actress friend.
>Pin Up Icon Jeanne Carmen was interviewed by The Los Angeles Times after the death of Marilyn Monroe on August 4, 1962.
In the article, the Times stated that “from other sources”—including Carmen, housekeeper Eunice Murray and film director John Huston—a darker,
more mysterious version of Monroe’s last days was already emerging.
The Times reported that Carmen was “a neighbor” of Monroe and that she had seen Marilyn two weeks earlier and had stated that Monroe “looked
After the death of Monroe, Carmen “felt her own life was in danger” because of her knowledge of Monroe’s affairs with President John F Kennedy
and his brother Bobby Kennedy.
So Carmen “skipped town” leaving Hollywood behind and landing in the small desert town of Scottsdale, Arizona where she lived incognito for over a
Carmen abandoned her platinum blonde locks, had three children and lived a quiet life, never mentioning her prior life in Hollywood.
Carmen would not be seen again on the big screen, TV or in print for over two decades.
Investigative journalist Anthony Summers has published the New York Times bestseller Goddess: The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe.
Among the revelations was new evidence on the long-rumored affairs between Monroe and President John F. Kennedy and his brother Attorney General
Robert F. Kennedy.
Summers had tracked down Carmen, who was then living in Newport Beach, California, and interviewed her extensively about her career and relationships
with such notable Hollywood entertainers as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and Monroe.
Carmen confirmed that she was present during romantic trysts between President Kennedy and Monroe that took place at Lawford’s Santa Monica
Carmen also confirmed that she was present during Robert F. Kennedy’s romantic trysts with Monroe and that, on a dare, the threesome ventured out to
a nude beach in Malibu north of Point Dume. Kennedy wore a disguise made up of a baseball cap, sunglasses and fake goatee-style beard most likely
borrowed from the studio makeup and FX department at Monroe’s studio 20th Century Fox.
British author Matthew Smith has published the book Marilyn’s Last Words: Her Secret Tapes and Mysterious Death in the United States.
The same book was published in the U.K. and in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa with the title Victim: The Secret Tapes Of Marilyn
Smith states that “Marilyn’s friend Jeanne Carmen” was aware of Marilyn’s issues with low self esteem and that Carmen believed Marilyn’s
“general insecurity problem related to her lack of education” and that “a girl needs a dad to tell her she’s wonderful, and Marilyn didn’t
Carmen also said that when Marilyn was Norma Jean she was a “fun person, just an ordinary, nice person” but when she would “step over the
threshold” and make the “change to Marilyn Monroe” she radiated beauty and charm and elegance. “She was a queen”.
Author James Spada has published the book Peter Lawford: The Man Who Kept The Secrets.
Spada states that Jeanne Carmen was Marilyn Monroe’s “best girlfriend” and that the two women had both dated Peter Lawford and were both curious
as to why Lawford never made a pass at either of them.
Carmen and Monroe considered themselves “the sexiest things on two feet” and were perplexed at Lawfords seeming indifference to there feminine
Carmen had often been present at parties at the Lawford beach house in Santa Monica; parties that included “Marilyn and Jack Kennedy”.
According to Carmen “Peter introduced me to the President at the beach house.”
At the height of Marilyn’s affair with Jack Kennedy, Marilyn said to Carmen “Can’t you just see me as First Lady?”
On August 3, 1962, Marilyn told Jeanne Carmen that she “was disturbed repeatedly throughout the night” by a series of crank calls. The caller
sounded like a woman and kept saying the same thing over and over: “Leave Bobby alone, you tramp. Leave Bobby alone.”
The next night on August 4, 1962, Monroe telephoned Jeanne Carmen looking for sleeping bills but Carmen “begged off” because she was too
“hammered” or drunk to drive.
British Investigative journalist Matthew Smith has published the book The Men Who Murdered Marilyn in Britain.
Smith stated that Jeanne Carmen was Marilyn’s “friend and neighbor” when she lived in an apartment on Doheny drive in West Hollywood.
Smith also stated that Marilyn had received a series of disturbing phone calls the night of August 3 and into the wee hours.
The caller repeatedly told Marilyn to “‘Leave Bobby alone you tramp’ or something similar”.
Marilyn called Carmen to tell her about the phone calls early the next morning.
According to Smith, “Marilyn’s early morning call to Jeanne Carmen speaks reams for their friendship”.<
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