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Here is a brief translation
The affairs of Monroe with Kennedy and his relationship with the gangster Johnny Roselli are also confirmed in the exciting and complete biography of Jeanne Carmen: My Wild, Wild Life as a New York Pin Up Queen, Trick Shot Golfer Hollywood Actress, written by her son Brandon James.
According to the book, Carmen’s life in Hollywood came to an abrupt end after his close friend Marilyn Monroe died mysteriously on August 5, 1962. The next morning, Carmen’s apartment was destroyed and looted. She crossed the intruder and thrown to the ground. The man standing next to her was the famous Hollywood private detective Fred Otash, who in turn pulled a gun, pointed at her face and fired. Fortunately, the gun barrel of the gun was empty and only came a loud noise. Carmen collapsed and began to sob after hearing the accusation that the mob boss of Chicago, Sam Giancana, had killed Marilyn Monroe in an attempt to ruin the political careers of the Kennedys.
Marilyn Monroe died on August 5, 1962. The public fascination and adoration for the unlucky star did not disappear. So who would want to steal from someone who was so dear to life? “Many people had a lot to lose if Marilyn spoke,” said author Darwin Porter in his book “Marilyn at Rainbow’s End: Sex, Lies, Murder and the Great Cover Up.”