REPORT: Book reveals Rock Hudson sent anonymous letters to his lovers after he was diagnosed with AIDS

BY TEAM DML / DECEMBER 5, 2018 /

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Before his death, actor Rock Hudson sent his male lovers heartbreaking letters urging them to get tested after he was diagnosed with AIDS, a new book has revealed.

The 1950s heartthrob, who spent his entire life as a closeted gay man, sent messages to four lovers who he feared could have contracted the disease from him – but did so anonymously.

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In letters published in author Mark Griffin’s All That Heaven Allows: A Biography of Rock Hudson, the actor wrote: ‘We have recently had sex together and I have been informed by my doctor that I may have AIDS.

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