Marilyn Monroe Sex Tape Sold For $1.5M
This is probably the mother of all celebrity sex tapes. Or the grandmother, if you will.
The New York Post reports that a sex tape, or rather, a sex film (tapes didn’t exist during her heyday) starring our granddads’ object of lust, Marilyn Monroe, has just been sold to a New York businessman for $1.5 million.
Shot in the late 1950s, the silent, black and white film, whose purchase was brokered by its discoverer, the well-known memorabilia collector Keya Morgan, shows Monroe performing oral sex on an unidentified man.
The footage appears to have been shot in the 1950s. When it came to light in the mid-'60s, then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover had his agents spend two weeks futilely trying to prove that Monroe's sex partner was either John F. Kennedy or Robert F. Kennedy, according to declassified agency documents and interviews, Morgan said.
The silent black-and-white flick shows Monroe on her knees in front of a man whose face is just out of the shot.
He never moves into the shot, indicating that he knew the camera was there, but Monroe never looks at the lens, said Morgan, who saw the footage.
The really annoying thing about this is that the buyer apparently bought the footage to keep it from being made public. He should realize that it’s part of history, and that he owes it to the geriatrics in this world to at least let them see their long-dead fantasy come to life giving life to some unidentified bastard’s wiener before they bite the big one themselves.
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