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In some ways, it seemed in AugustMarilyn Monroe was trying to pull her life together. But in other ways, it seemed like the bleakest of times for model-turned-Hollywood star. She had divorced her third husbandplaywright Arthur Millerthe year prior, there were rumors about an alleged affair between her and President John F. Kennedyand her normally picture-perfect appearances had been replaced with nails in need of a manicure and pedicure.
She had a phone receiver in her hand and was lying face down without any clothes on.
By her side was an empty pill bottle that had held 50 capsules of Nembutal, a drug often used as a sleeping pill. While her death at the age of 36 was ruled a probable suicidetheories still abound about what may have actually led to her passing in her final days. Born Norma Jeane Mortenson on June 1,in Los Angeles, Monroe was shuffled between orphanages and foster homes throughout her childhood. She was just 16 when she married to James Dougherty, which lasted from tolater marrying baseball legend Joe DiMaggio in and Miller from to It was her marriage to Miller that lasted the longest.
During the period, she had suffered several miscarriages and, at times, blamed herself for her drug and alcohol use. Her substance abuse and creative differences while the couple worked together on the film The Misfits added to the stress.
Though they finished the film, Monroe chose the January 20, divorce date in hopes of burying the news in the wake of the presidential inauguration of JFK — who ironically she was soon linked to.
These executives should not knock their assets around. The public battle had tarnished her reputation, but Monroe knew what she had to do and was preparing to turn things around. She also reportedly was making plans to give a press conference in the coming days. While it appears she pulled all her ducks in a row and was poised for a comeback, the impacts of the situation may have still had a lasting effect on her mindset.
Her birth mother had spent much of her life in psychiatric clinicsand Monroe was determined not to follow her fate. Inshe checked into Payne Whitney psychiatric clinic — but was even further traumatized to find herself locked in a padded cell.
At the time of her death, she was seeking help from psychiatrist Dr. Ralph Greenson.
He thought she was headed to the beach for some fresh air. The empty pill bottle next to her was from a prescription that had just been given to her a few days prior — and she was supposed to take one per night, said Dr. Hyman Engelberg. Also found on the bed stand were another 12 to 15 medicine bottles. In and out of foster care, the Hollywood icon struggled to connect with her mom.
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