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According to bio Damn YOU, Scarlett O'Hara by Dawn Porter and Roy Moseley, Leigh's fairytale marriage to master thespian Laurence Olivier was nothing more than a sham as Leigh was a serial bisexual adventuress.
Having wooed and wed Olivier both were cheating on one another within months.
Reportedly, the tell-all shocker describes Leigh's insatiable desire for 'rough trade' - male prostitutes picked up at Scotty's, a notorious Los Angeles brothel disguised as a gas station.
"In the 1940s the world's most recognizable star would drive down to Scotty's with her friend (closeted gay) George Cukor, the initial director of Gone with the Wind, and they would pick out young men for the night,' a publishing insider familiar with the book revealed.
"They would pay the men with gifts such as cigarette cases, jewels or even stocks and bonds
"She depended on the professional discretion of men not to boast they had just serviced Scarlett O'Hara."
In addition to bedding costar Marlon Brando and Rex Harrison, the book also names three of Leigh's lesbian lovers.
Leigh was also once kicked out of an Italian hotel for bringing back too many "street boys" to satisfy her carnal needs.
"Vivien loved to torture Olivier with her affairs, especially after she grew more mentally ill, depressed and manic," the authors stated.