You shouldn't be. This sexuality is what kept drawing director Alfred Hitchcock back to a woman who made her greatest films with him and eventually chucked stardom to become a real-life princess and then die in a mysterious car creash.Now comes "True Grace: The Life and Times of an American Princess" (St. Martin's Press), a new tell-all book by Wendy Leigh.
Leigh's extensive interviews a quarter century after Kelly's death reveal what has been only hinted at:
Kelly was a sexual predator who had simultaneous affairs with numerous co-stars, turned a blind eye to husband Prince Rainier's many daliances and had an unrequited crush on David Niven.Click here for an interview with Leigh by a former colleague, April Lisanti.
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