“MY LUST DEMONS!” INSIDE THE RFK JR. SECRET SEX DIARY

Published on: September 9, 2013
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NationalEnquirer.com

A secret diary purportedly belonging to ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR. details his struggles with the death of his father, and also a detailed scorecard of the women he cheated on then-pregnant wife MARY.

The New York Post reported that a diary belonging to Bobby Kennedy Jr. has been unearthed by the NY tab giving chilling insight into the number of affairs he enjoyed while his troubled wife Mary gave birth to their fourth child in 2001.

Reportedly, Kennedy detailed a section at the back of his diary, entitled “cash accounts”, detailing his “scores” by name and assigning each a rating out of ten.

The thick list contains the names of 37 women, 16 of whom have the number ten presumably to denote the one he allegedly had full sexual intercourse with.

According to the NY Post, the salacious red journal was found by his wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, who, distraught over their divorce filing and her hubby's serial cheating hung herself in May 2012.

The diary has since found its way into the hands of the NY tab which published key excerpts.

In the dairy, Kennedy reputedly wrote on July 25th, 2001, ‘After daddy died I struggled to be a grown-up... I felt he was watching me from heaven. Every time I was afflicted with sexual thoughts, I felt a failure. I hated myself. I began to lie - to make up a character who was the hero and leader that I wished I was.

He later writes of a “three-point plan” for “fixing my greatest defect... my lust demons’ - but he never elaborates what that plan may be.

 “I have been given everything that I coveted - a beautiful wife and kids and loving family, wealth, education, good health and a job I love yet always on the lookout for something I can’t have. I want it all,” he reputedly wrote. “No matter how much I have - I want more.”

When NY Post reporters queried Kennedy about the diary they were first met with a stunned silence before he denied having a diary.

“I don’t think there is any way you could have a diary or journal of mine from 2001,” Kennedy told the Post. “I don’t have any comment on it. I have no diary from 2001."