Yikes! Explosive Biography Uncovers Deep, DARK Secrets Of Aristotle And Jackie Onassis

By Alan Hume | Sunday, 16 June 2024 11:59 PM
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Aristotle Onassis, the billionaire shipping magnate who became the second husband of Jackie Kennedy, was not only bisexual but also had a violent streak towards young male prostitutes, according to a new book by DailyMail.com columnist Maureen Callahan.

The book, titled "Ask Not: The Kennedys and the Women They Destroyed," divulges shocking details about Onassis's life, including his abusive behavior towards Jackie Kennedy.

As reported by Daily Mail, Callahan's biography paints a disturbing picture of Onassis, who Jackie married in 1968, five years after the assassination of her first husband, President John F Kennedy. The book reveals that Onassis had a "string of bought-and-paid-for young men, some of whom he savagely beat after sex." Furthermore, Onassis was not only physically abusive towards Jackie, giving her a 'black eye,' but also sought to degrade her sexually. Callahan discloses, "[He] loved to have sex with her in places where people could see them," including on airplanes.

At the time of their engagement, Jackie was 39, and Onassis, then 62, was one of the wealthiest men globally, having amassed the world's largest private shipping fleet. Despite his wealth, Onassis was seen as a "gnome-like vulgarian" by high society, according to Callahan. His affair with opera singer Maria Callas was well-known, and his engagement to Jackie was met with global outrage, prompting headlines such as 'The reaction here is anger, shock, and dismay' in the New York Times.

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Callahan writes, "The Vatican denounced her," and Jackie Kennedy, once America's beloved figure, was now being discussed and written about as "nothing more than a prostitute who’d sold herself on the global marketplace." Despite the backlash, the couple proceeded with their wedding, complete with a contract containing 170 clauses, including stipulations about their sexual frequency and a hefty upfront payment for Jackie.

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Initially, their marriage appeared content, with the couple dividing their time between New York, Onassis's private Greek island, and his yacht. However, their relationship deteriorated over the next two years. Callahan states, "Onassis became openly contemptuous of his wife; as feared, Jackie was a once-glittering acquisition that had lost its luster. He began to insult Jackie in front of their guests."

Onassis's death in March 1975 left Jackie as one of the world's wealthiest women, a stark contrast to the tumultuous and degrading life she had led with him.

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