EXCLUSIVE! “I LOST MY VIRGINITY TO RONALD REAGAN AT AGE 16!”
In a shocking tell-all, Hollywood actress PIPER LAURIE reveals that when she began her acting career in the 1950s playing the 16-year old daughter of RONALD REAGAN in the film Louisa, she was methodically seduced by the future President and lost her virginity to him!
In a bombshell NATIONAL ENQUIRER.com web exclusive, a publishing source familiar with the contents of Piper’s new book “Learning to Live Out Loud,” pubb’ed by Crown Archetype publishers on Nov. 1, gave up the big secret, adding that Piper was 25 years’ Ronnie’s junior – and, at the time, was nine years older than Reagan’s daughter, Maureen.
The publishing insider told The ENQUIRER.com: “Piper had been warned by one of the film’s producers, Robert Arthur, to stay away from Reagan’s advances and decline his invites into his dressing room where he flattered her with what she describes as fatherly advice.
“But she didn’t heed his admonishing that she was but a teenager and Reagan was her father’s age and accepted an invite to a dinner to be cooked by the then President of the Screen Actor’s Guild who was divorced from actress Jane Wyman but was dating Nancy Davis.
“Piper’s sexual fantasy about the actor came to a screeching halt. He discreetly took her up the back way to his apartment in the Hollywood Hills, crammed with furniture. He set a small table in the living room, lit candles, served her a glass of wine and cooked her a hamburger steak.
“‘The evening up to that point had been quite romantic,’ she writes. ‘But the actual intimacy with Ronnie was without grace.’
“’He made sure I was aware of the length of time he had been ardent. It was 40 minutes. And he told me how much the condom cost,’ the actress writes. But…the stunning revelation to the young girl was that Reagan had no clue that she was a virgin – despite all the obvious signs.
“In fact, he couldn’t understand why she didn’t have multiple orgasms and told her she needed to see a doctor because she was abnormal.
‘And maybe a doctor can find out why it hurt you so at first,’ he said. ‘There’s something wrong with you that you should fix.’
“Numb with embarrassment, Piper recalled his words as ‘cold and just plain stupid.’ ‘He offered not the slightest trace of humor or kindness. His insensitivity had been wounding and, in retrospect, even cruel.’
“Years later, at the end of Reagan’s last term in office, he invited her to a ‘goodbye gala’ for old friends. With only bad memories, she turned it down.”
POP FYI: Piper survived her Reagan “scream test” to play opposite Paul Newman in “The Hustler" 1961 and attain enduring pop cult fame as the mother of telekinetic teen Sissy Spacek in “Carrie” in 1976.