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“He didn’t leave these women wanting anything”: Ava Gardner Revealed a Raunchy Frank Sinatra Fact That Made Her Stay With Him Despite His Extreme Infidelity

Ava Gardner Revealed a Raunchy Frank Sinatra Fact That Made Her Stay With Him Despite His Extreme Infidelity

Frank Sinatra was an American singer and actor who became the embodiment of a womanizer throughout his career. With piercing blue eyes and a captivating voice that made the women melt, the singer had slept with loads of women and had even boasted about the fact.

His second wife Ava Gardner, who was married to Sinatra from 1951 to 1957, talked about how he was such a big womanizer. With some mysterious factor allowing the singer to sleep with loads of women, Ava Gardner revealed that Frank Sinatra was…” well endowed”.

Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra Was Very Well Endowed

Having married four times throughout his life, Frank Sinatra had been infamous around the world as a man with a large appetite. Known for his iconic songs such as Fly Me to the Moon and New York, New York, the singer was known around the world.

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Hollywood actress Ava Gardner
Hollywood actress Ava Gardner

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Turning his singing career towards a Hollywood acting career, Sinatra later on became quite a successful actor and found his way to sleep with actresses and his fans. Sinatra had also told his friend Joey D’Orazio (via Express) that he couldn’t help but imagine every dame that he saw but he didn’t want to hurt anyone.

“I can have every dame I want. I just can’t help myself. I don’t want to hurt Nancy. I just don’t want to sleep with her no more.”

Although people thought that it was his mesmerizing blue eyes, Sinatra’s second wife Ava Gardner was very honest about why women liked to sleep with him. As per the actress, his husband was very well endowed.

“He is only 110 pounds, but 10 pounds of it is c**k!”

His valet, George Jacobs had also famously said that his boss had a special underwear made to hide his…size in public. Gianni Russo stated that Frank Sinatra was able to not leave the women wanting anything and they left completely satisfied.

“He was just a womanizer. How can I say this politely? He was well-endowed, so he didn’t leave these women wanting anything.”

This wasn’t the end of it. From what the singer’s friend Joey D’Orazio remembered, Frank Sinatra had quite an interesting philosophy that allowed him to sleep with countless women all those years.

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Frank Sinatra Felt That We Were All Animals

Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra
Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra

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As Joey D’Orazio recalled, Frank Sinatra had once stated to D’Orazio his philosophy about his hyperactive sexual life. Stating (as per Express) that all humans were secretly animals inside, Sinatra wanted to insinuate that the primal instinct that he felt was inside everyone, he was just proud of it.

“We’re animals, each and every one of us, that’s what we are, and we’re damn proud of it, too.  I’m just looking to make it with as many women as I can.”

Sinatra married Barbara Sinatra in 1976 and stayed with her till his death in 1998. The singer-turned-actor is survived by his three children and several grandchildren while his music is still streamed around the world.

Source: Express

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