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Explosive new book rips the lid off America’s kinkiest political clan as JACKIE and BOBBY both cheated with hotsy-Trotsky prancer.
First Lady Jackie Kennedy plunged into secret affairs behind her President-hubby’s back and even shared one lover, bisexual ballet star Rudolf Nureyev, with her brother-in-law Robert F. Kennedy!
These bombshell revelations – including Bobby’s shocking gay tryst – are dropped in the explosive new book “Pink Triangle”, about playwright Tennessee Williams and two of Jackie’s closest friends, authors Truman Capote and Gore Vidal.
Co-author Darwin Porter says Capote revealed, “Everybody, man or woman, wanted to f*** with Rudi, and most of them did, even the Kennedys. They couldn’t take their eyes off of his well-sculpted and amply endowed body.”
Other shockers about America’s kinkiest political clan include: Nureyev’s seduction of hunky John F. Kennedy Jr. American ballet dancer John Kriza shared Jackie’s bed.
While her husband JFK cheated right and left, Jackie had her own secret lovers, including nine-years younger ballet great Nureyev, who had defected to the West from the Soviet Union in 1961, say writers Porter and his co-author Danforth Prince.
“Jackie first fell for Rudi the day she invited him and his legendary dance partner, Margot Fonteyn, to perform at the White House during Jack’s administration,” the book reveals.
In 1963, Nureyev and Fonteyn were brought to the White House after Jackie arranged for them to fly on a private plane. The dancer sat in JFK’s rocking chair and informed the President’s wife, “Unlike your husband, I have a powerful back.”
They plunged into a secret love affair that lasted years, says the book.
Jackie and the dancer were photographed together in the English countryside in November 1968.
Two months later, Paris Match magazine reported a drunken Rudi boasting to pals, “I was just in New York. I f****d Jackie Kennedy.”
Capote, an intimate friend of Jackie and her sister Lee Radziwill, also told Porter at a 1977 dinner in Key West that both women competed for the dancer’s affections.
“I think Rudi systematically plans to seduce every member of my family, even my son when he grows up,” the book says Jackie confessed to Capote. Nureyev even boasted in a Danish newspaper he had seduced numerous Kennedys, saying, “I am the sexiest man alive. Just ask Lee Radziwill. Just ask Jackie Kennedy. And if you still don’t believe me, ask Bobby and John-John Kennedy.
Nobody in the world can resist me. Everyone who has gone to bed with me has fallen in love with me.”
Vidal had heard about the dancer’s rumored Kennedy seductions as well as the randy Russian’s trysts with “rent boys and hustlers” and blond movie hunk Tab Hunter, say the authors.
But Vidal was stunned when he learned about an affair with Bobby Kennedy, whom the writer “had long suspected of being a deeply closeted homosexual.”
In his own memoir, “Palimpsest”, Vidal wrote, “Rudi confessed that he and Bobby ‘did share a soldier, an American soldier.’ ”
Royal Ballet dancer Alexander Grant saw Rudi and Bobby leave a Manhattan nightclub together in the ’60s. A female dancer also witnessed “Bobby and Rudi kissing each other passionately in a phone booth,” Porter writes.
An outraged Jackie ended her affair with Nureyev when she saw him paying too much attention to her son JFK Jr., says the author.
She furiously clashed with Nureyev, who died of AIDS at age 54 in 1993, when she learned he was encouraging John, whom she wanted to go into politics, to become an actor.
“I don’t want my son to grow up to be a f**,” the book quotes Jackie telling Washington socialite Rachel “Bunny” Mellon.
But her split with Nureyev didn’t ruin the former First Lady’s interest in dancers.
Jackie also bedded American ballet hunk, John Kriza, known for his performance of Billy the Kid, according to Vidal.
“Each of us launched an affair with him, Jackie using my apartment when I did not have John otherwise engaged,” Vidal said.