Richardson found the thick red journals in the couple’s home.The Post reviewed copies of Kennedy’s diaries from 1999, 20.At least five women were from Toronto; one was in Paris; others were in Palm Beach, Fla., Alaska, Aspen, Colo., Miami, Montreal, Cleveland and Pensacola, Fla.One woman had the notation “airplane” after her name, another “farm,” and another “teacher.” One was cryptically known as “Z.” Richardson believed her philandering husband also used aliases to hide his own identity when traveling.Cellphone records showed Chelsea Kirwan and Kennedy spoke five times a day in the summer of 2012, according to the friend, who said Kennedy, 60, could be called as a witness in the divorce case.Chelsea Kirwan is supposed to testify on July 22 in a Stamford, Conn., court hearing.That year, Kennedy wrote of struggling with “my greatest defect . You have not the strength to resist their charms.” But it’s clear that Kennedy’s struggles continued.
When contacted by The Post, the mother of four asked to know where her name fell on the list and whether there was any notation beside it.
There were 37 women in the 2001 ledger alone, 16 with 10s next to their names.
Kennedy was apparently tortured by his own behavior.
One woman described Kennedy as a “big flirt” and said Richardson was suspicious of her.
Another called Kennedy a “charming and talented man” but said they had not been romantic.
Kennedy had a history of meticulously documenting his conquests, keeping notes of women’s names in the back of annual ledgers along with numbers from 1 to 10.