During the making of Give a Girl a Break in 1953, the legendary dancer and choreographer Bob Fosse tried to get closer to her than was professionally necessary.
He had lost his virginity to a prostitute at 15, claimed to have been seduced by Marlene Dietrich in a mirrored bathroom and was also linked with Judy Garland, Ann-Margret, Merle Oberon and many other stars of the day.
A new tell-all book about the life of the late, legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor makes some shocking new allegations about her love life.
Authors Danforth Prince and Darwin Potter claim in their book, "Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing Like a Dame," that the actress had an affair with Ronald Reagan when she was a teenager and had a threesome with President John F. Taylor passed away in 2011, but the authors say they spent years researching the screen legend's life, and allege then 36-year-old Reagan invited a teenage Taylor to dinner at his home, and she seduced him.
When a drunken Frank Sinatra was threatening to “tear up” the bar of New York’s Waldorf Hotel, and not even his mob-linked heavy Ermenigildo “Jilly” Rizzo could talk him down, his friends knew of only one person who could.
That was when Barbara Sinatra, the singer’s longest serving and least-known wife, got the 4am call to help deal with her inebriated spouse.
But unlike many, she knew that “the sense of danger he exuded” wasn’t all it seemed.
So when the boozy ranting and raging began, she paid no attention to it.
Marilyn never admitted any such thing, and there is no credible documentation of her ever stating anything of the sort.
On the contrary, Marilyn herself said in her 1954 autobiography: " "A man who had kissed me once had said it was very possible that I was a lesbian because apparently I had no response to males-meaning him.
While many have tried to spread rumors that Marilyn was a lesbian or bisexual, there is no evidence to support this other than trashy tabloids making things up.
The article claims that Marilyn ''admitted'' to to sexual encounters with actresses Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwyck, Marlene Dietrich and Elizabeth Taylor, as well as with both her acting coaches, Natasha Lytess and Paula Strasberg.