Aristotle Onassis Forced Jackie Kennedy Into Humiliating Public Sex Acts, Marriage Contract Reveals

Aristotle Onassis Forced Jackie Kennedy Into Humiliating Public Sex Acts, Marriage Contract Reveals
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In a bomb­shell book excerpt, author Mau­reen Calla­han uncov­ers the sor­did details of Aris­to­tle Onas­sis and Jacque­line Kennedy’s mar­riage, includ­ing that Onas­sis forced the for­mer First Lady to have sex in pub­lic loca­tions and their 170-clause con­tract dic­tat­ed the pre­cise num­ber of times she had to endure it.

The shock­ing rev­e­la­tions offer a dis­turb­ing glimpse into the dark side of Jack­ie’s life after JFK’s assas­si­na­tion, as she sought to escape the Kennedy “cru­cible” by mar­ry­ing the Greek ship­ping mag­nate in 1968.

How­ev­er, the mar­riage quick­ly devolved into a humil­i­at­ing night­mare, with Onas­sis open­ly cheat­ing on Jack­ie and even phys­i­cal­ly abus­ing her.

Despite Jack­ie’s immense wealth and sta­tus, Onas­sis treat­ed her like a “pros­ti­tute,” sum­mon­ing her to Greece on a whim and forc­ing her to engage in degrad­ing sex­u­al acts in pub­lic places where they could be seen. 

The 170-clause prenup­tial agree­ment the cou­ple signed also dic­tat­ed the pre­cise num­ber of times Jack­ie had to have sex with Onas­sis per year.

The explo­sive details shed new light on the pri­vate tor­ment Jack­ie endured in the years fol­low­ing her hus­band’s mur­der, as she grap­pled with debil­i­tat­ing PTSD and sought to rein­vent her image, only to be betrayed and humil­i­at­ed by the man she married.

This untold sto­ry offers a sober­ing coun­ter­point to the pub­lic’s roman­ti­cized view of Jack­ie Kennedy’s life.

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