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A forthcoming book about the Kennedy family is alleging that the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis fought to nip in the bud a particular problem in her Cape Cod garden.
In the book “White House by the Sea” by Kate Storey, the former first lady learned that marijuana was growing in her garden, much to her horror.
According to an excerpt obtained by Town & Country, it was around 1975 when Kennedy’s assistant noticed some of the family members poking around in the garden, which piqued her interest. After realizing she had stumbled upon something nefarious, she told former police chief Jack Dempsey, who frequented the property with the Secret Service.
Neither her assistant, Kathy McKeon, nor Dempsey believed the gardeners were responsible, so they told Onassis about their discovery.