RFK, Jr. is the one whose wife committed suicide last year. He is denying it’s his, but if proven true, I love how this diary “found its way” to the New York Post. My guess it’s a friend of hers, or family, who got their hands on it and wanted to make sure people knew exactly what it is she had to deal with. Truly, the Kennedy men are cursed and this is one more example of how they are the last people on the planet who should be in charge of other people’s lives, politically or otherwise.
A 2001 diary belonging to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been unearthed that gives a stunning insight into the number of affairs he carried out during the same year that wife Mary gave birth to their fourth child.
Kennedy used a section at the back of his diary, headed ‘cash accounts,’ to list the first names of women he had cavorted with and gave each a mark out of ten.
The list contains the names of 37 women, 16 of whom have the number ten beside them – which is believed to have signified that they had full intercourse.
Alongside more prosaic details of Kennedy’s political activism and family life, there are startling admissions of his own feelings of guilt and remorse at repeatedly cheating on his wife. Time and again he writes of how he feels tortured by his ‘lust demons’ as he describes them.
On days when he doesn’t cheat, Kennedy writes ‘victory’ to signify that he resisted sexual temptation.
‘I’m like Adam and live in Eden, and I can have everything but the fruit. But the fruit is all I want,’ he wrote on Nov. 5, 2001.
The thick, red journal was found at one stage by his wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, who, distraught over their impending divorce and her husband’s serial philandering, hanged herself in May 2012.
The diary has since found its way into the hands of the New York Post.
When a Post reporter questioned Kennedy on Friday about the diary they were first met with a stunned silence before he denied having kept a diary during that year.
‘I don’t think there is any way you could have a diary or journal of mine from 2001,’ said Kennedy. ‘I don’t have any comment on it. I have no diary from 2001.’
At the start of the journal the 59-year-old son of the assassinated U.S. senator announces that his wife was pregnant with their fourth child.