Juan Romero reached out instinctively to help a dying Robert Kennedy after he was fatally shot in Los Angeles. His split-second decision haunted him for years.
A longtime contributor to Esquire, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times, Elizabeth Kaye is the author of the best selling Byliner Original, Life Boat No. 8. She wrote Mid-Life: Notes from the Halfway Mark and Ain’t No Tomorrow: Kobe, Shaq, and the Making of a Lakers Dynasty, as well as the Byliner Original Sleeping with Famous Men.
She did what glamorous actresses so often do—she went for the earnest roles to give herself some acting cred. But she already had wit and style to burn and that was plenty.
As the first famous missus of The Donald, she was walking, talking zeitgeist arm-candy. Then she got dumped and transformed herself into every scorned woman’s avatar.
Mimi Alford’s affair with President Kennedy shocked many, but would other women in her place have refused the thrill? Elizabeth Kaye writes about her guilt-free affairs.