A new book by Maureen McCormick, who played Marsha on the "Brady Bunch," reportedly drops bombs about the classic sitcom, including a lesbian affair between Marsha and Jan. Still, we're so titillated by any misbehavior of the Brady kids. The book promises to reveal McCormick's deepest secrets, including a battle with bulimia, cocaine and depression. The alleged lesbian affair wouldn't be the first Brady scandal. Barry Williams, who played the oldest Brady kid, Greg, confessed that he dated on-screen mom Florence Henderson in his book "Growing up Brady.
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Actress Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia, has reportedly revealed the lesbian love affair in a tell-all autobiography. US press reports say the book details how McCormick enjoyed much more than a sisterly relationship with Eve Plumb, who played her less glamorous sister Jan. While Maureen is not a lesbian, she reveals there were some sexual high jinks going on behind the scenes. Described as a "cautionary tale", the autobiography will document McCormick's life as a child actor, as well as cover her struggle with an eating disorder, her drug addictions and battle with depression. I hope it will not only shed light on who I am and how I got here but, more importantly, remind the readers that there truly is a light at the end of any tunnel. The Brady Bunch — about a blended family of three boys and three girls — remains one of the most repeated TV shows in syndication.
A Very Brady Lesbian Affair?
By Clemente Lisi. In November, Susan Olsen, who played little sister Cindy, spoke of the long-standing feud, saying she can sympathize with Plumb. I love them both and this means whenever we get together for any project there will only be one or the other.
The story of the alleged lesbian affair started circulating the Internet Friday, and was picked up by at least one newspaper on Saturday. The reported source of the story was McCormick herself in her new tell-all book, "Here's the Story," slated to come out next year. But the book's publisher said, though there are plenty of other revelations in the book, a lesbian affair is not one of them. It should no longer be a revelation to fans of the show that life behind the scenes was not as wholesome as the scripted half-hour plots. McCormick describes being put in "dangerous situations" and being "exploited.