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Did Marilyn Monroe Abort Robert F. Kennedy's Baby?

RadarOnline.com has learned that government dossiers claimed that Marilyn Monroe had become pregnant with married lover Robert F. Kennedy's child—but aborted the baby shortly before her tragic death.

The blonde bombshell died on Aug. 5, 1962 and her admirers are mourning the anniversary of her passing this week. Although the coroner ruled Monroe died at age 36 of a "probable suicide" after ingesting numerous barbiturates, many still believe there are questions about the circumstances of her demise.

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One of the secrets the Some Like It Hot actress reportedly took to her grave was her pregnancy by RFK, who was married to wife Ethel but allegedly followed his brother JFK in her bed.

The National Examiner reported in 1989 that thousands of pages of government dossiers showed that Monroe almost drove Bobby mad with rage when she told him she was pregnant with her child.

She allegedly had the baby aborted before her death.

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The claim has never been confirmed.

But with some of the mysteries of Monroe's death having never been satisfactorily explained, investigators think it's possible that the star, having just aborted Bobby's child, was driven to suicide when the Attorney General turned up at her house one day to tell her their affair was over.

Others conspiracy theorists, however, believe sensational allegations that RFK could have been behind Monroe's murder!

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