John F. Kennedy and Lem Billings. JFK Library and Museum
President John F. Kennedy might have had an intimate relationship with a homosexual buddy from their prep school days, claims bestselling author Jerry Oppenheimer, who may have written two publications in regards to the Kennedys.
Although the 35th president has been legendarily referred to as a womanizer whom frequently cheated on their wife, Oppenheimer alleges that JFK’s three-decades long relationship with their previous prep college friend Lem Billings may have already been an intimate one.
Kennedy and Billings came across in 1933 within their sophomore 12 months at Choate Rosemary Hall, a special connecticut prep school. The teens worked together on the class’s yearbook, and Billings became sexually drawn to the handsome young Kennedy.
Oppenheimer writes when you look at the Daily Mail that their intimate relationship would endure from their school years towards the day’s Kennedy’s assassination.