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Newspaper: RFK Jr. Kept Secret Sex Diary of Affairs

Women include an environmental activist, a doctor and one woman married to a famous actor.


NewLettersThe New York Post is reporting that they have obtained Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s sex diary — a journal that details both his political activism, sexual conquests and the Catholic guilt he faced from cheating on this wife.

His wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, had previously found the journal before their impending divorce proceedings over his cheating (she committed suicide in 2012). It appears that a friend of Richardson Kennedy shared the journal with the Post.

The journal records the names of two dozen women Kennedy allegedly had affairs with. Kennedy, 59, was contacted by the Post for comment and after a moment of silence denied that the journal was his, stating “I don’t think there is any way you could have a diary or journal of mine from 2001.”

From the Post:

They … record the names of women — with numbers from 1 to 10 next to each entry. The codes corresponded to sexual acts, with 10 meaning intercourse, Mary told a confidant. There are 37 women named in the ledger, 16 of whom get 10s.

Most women are identified only by first name in the ledger. They include a lawyer, an environmental activist, a doctor and at least one woman married to a famous actor.

… The diary is laced with Kennedy’s Catholic guilt over his infidelities, which follow the same pattern of affairs pursued by his uncles, John F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy, as well as his own father.

According to the Post, he writes in the journal: “Despite the terrible things happening in the world, my life is . . . great,” he wrote on Nov. 5, 2001. “So I’ve been looking for ways to screw it up. I’m like Adam and live in Eden, and I can have everything but the fruit. But the fruit is all I want.”

Read more from the New York Post.


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