'Michael Jordan tried to take my virginity'

Last updated 10:00 03/07/2013
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Michael Jordan allegedly tried it on with MTV star Kennedy during dinner in 1995.

JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER: Kennedy reveals all inside her book - and outside.

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Any autobiography that features a picture of the writer naked and riding a horse on the cover is bound to contain more than few juicy sex details.

And former 90s MTV VJ Kennedy (yes, just one name) doesn't disappoint on that front.

The sex story that's being used to sell The Kennedy Chronicles involves NBA legend Michael Jordan.

According to TMZ, Kennedy claims Jordan tried to win her virginity in a game of dice.

In a chapter titled "MJ and the VJ" (other chapters have such classy titles as "Head Like a Butthole" and "Get the Puck Out of Here"), Kennedy recounts how Jordan broke out the dice while they were having dinner with hip hop godfather Russell Simmons in 1995.

His classy opening play: "Time to play for something ... If I win, you come back to my hotel room with me tonight."

Kennedy says she was a virgin at the time and felt more comfortable if the stakes were lower, like tickets for the Knicks.

Jordan then allegedly remembered he had a wife and offered Kennedy Nets tickets instead.

"Sure, he'll filet my vag like a sea bass if he won at dice on a men's room floor, but as soon as I want basketball tickets he's a Promise Keeper? Whatevs."

Great prose-style.

Jordan has not yet commented on the claims.

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