Ted Kennedy slept with more than a thousand women – and spent at least $10 million in hush money over the years to keep his skirt-chasing a secret!
The late senator made those sensational confessions in a chapter of his autobiography, but horrified family members and advisers cut them out.
Before he died of brain cancer at age 77 on Aug. 25, the womanizing politician also revealed that he planned to seduce Mary Jo Kopechne on the night she drowned, said a close source.
"While dictating his memoirs into a tape recorder, Ted decided to tell the whole truth about his life – including his love life. He said that his first lover was an Irish nanny. She was about 19, and Ted was only 13," the source divulged.
"When his mother found out, she sent the nanny back to Ireland. Rose made Ted pray on his knees for hours to ask forgiveness. But Ted recalled that even his sore knees couldn’t wipe the smile off his face.
"From that day on, he says he seduced as many women as he could, from maids and cooks at the family’s Hyannis Port compound to college friends that his sisters brought home."
Kennedy even admitted that he planned to seduce Mary Jo Kopechne on the night his car plunged off the road in Chappaquiddick, said the source.
"But his lawyers and friends begged him not to open that door. They said that even after his death, it would hurt his legacy and haunt the family," said the source.
"He relented about Mary Jo, but went on to admit that he’d seduced the wives of some of his closest friends and even his brothers’ girlfriends."
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