JEANNE CARMEN on MARILYN MONROE in ZONA DE PRENSA en español

https://zonadeprensard.com/se-escucho-a-marilyn-monroe-teniendo-sexo-con-el-presidente-jfk-y-bobby-kennedy-en-grabaciones-secretas-en-una-casa-en-la-playa-revela-un-doctor/

En la mañana de su muerte, llamó a la actriz Jeanne Carmen, quien le dijo a Vanity Fair que Monroe sonaba angustiada.

“Ella dijo que una mujer había estado llamando toda la noche, acosándola y llamándola”, dijo Carmen.

“La voz sonaba familiar, pero no podía ponerle un nombre. El llamador anónimo había dicho palabras en el sentido de ‘Deja a Bobby en paz, vagabundo. Deja a Bobby en paz’».

Carmen también dijo que Monroe pidió pastillas para dormir y vino, pero Carmen rechazó su pedido.

JEANNE CARMEN on MARILYN MONROE in new article in ITALY

Marilyn Monroe: un documentario Netlfix sulla sua morte

Poche ore prima della sua morte, aveva telefonato all’attrice Jeanne Carmen, la quale rivelò a Vanity Fair che Morose era “fortemente angosciata”.

“Mi aveva raccontato che una donna l’aveva chiamata tutta la notte, molestata e insultata. La voce suonava familiare, ma non riusciva a darle un nome. L’anonima donna aveva detto frasi del tipo: ”Lascia in pace Bobby, putt*na. Lascia in pace Bobby’”.

Poi Marlyn chiese a Jeanne Carmen sonniferi e vino, ma la donna si rifiutò di portarglieli.

JEANNE CARMEN on MARILYN MONROE in VANITY FAIR magazine

https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2022/03/marilyn-monroes-final-hours

Early on Saturday August 4, Marilyn apparently called the actress Jeanne Carmen, a former neighbor, sounding distressed. “She said some woman had been calling all night, harassing her and calling her names,” Carmen recalled, “The voice sounded familiar, but she couldn’t put a name to it.” The anonymous caller had said words to the effect, “Leave Bobby alone, you tramp. Leave Bobby alone.” Marilyn asked Carmen to come “drink some wine”—and bring sleeping pills. Pleading a busy day, Carmen begged off.

JEANNE CARMEN on MARILYN MONROE in the SUN newspaper in ENGLAND

https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/5211476/marilyn-monroe-sex-jfk-kennedy-secret-tapes-doc/

On the morning of her death, she called actress Jeanne Carmen, who told Vanity Fair, that Monroe sounded distressed.

“She said some woman had been calling all night, harassing her and calling her names,” Carmen said.

“The voice sounded familiar, but she couldn’t put a name to it. The anonymous caller had said words to the effect ‘Leave Bobby alone, you tramp. Leave Bobby alone.'”

Carmen also said that Monroe asked for sleeping pills and wine, but Carmen declined her request.