I think it’s pretty fair to say that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ name is associated with about as much scandal and drama as it is law and the interpretation of the Constitution. And here’s just a little bit more foolishness to add to his tarnished reputation.
Lillian McEwen, an alleged former lover of Thomas’, wrote a tell-all book describing the nature of their relationship, including their sex life. While we’re certainly disturbed by the thought of Clarence under the covers, there’s also a level of curiosity. Good thing, because this little tidbit is juicy. According to McEwen, Thomas liked to engage in group sex before his justice days.
McEwen described Clarence’s body as “coffee-bean … velvet-covered cement” which he shared in ménages à trois and in a voyeuristic pleasure palace”
It’s just a little hypocritical, considering Thomas is so vehemently opposed to gay sex and polygamy. But then again, Thomas isn’t exactly a beacon of morality.
If you stand anymore, you can read the rest of the McEwen’s interview with the AFRO newspaper, here.