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Published: Oct 14, 2008
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'Brady' Star Maureen McCormick Drug & Playboy Mansion Confessions
by Tashi Singh


Maureen McCormick will always be remembered as the sweet, beautiful 'Marcia Brady' on famed television show 'The Brady Bunch' - but the truth behind her role has come out.

Actress and singer Maureen McCormick is opening up about her life behind the facade of the perfect 'Marcia Brady' - and the reality isn't as pretty an image.

52-year-old McCormick has penned a new memoir, 'Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice'.

According to the AP, she discusses her romance with TV sibling Barry Williams, her dates with Michael Jackson and Steve Martin.

She also talks about cocaine binges and parties at the Playboy Mansion (The Playboy babes are white hot right now) and the home of Sammy Davis Jr., an unwanted pregnancy and trading sex for drugs.

McCormick writes that her home life was nothing like the Brady's - and her father was a cheating, abusive husband to her mother:

"As a teenager, I had no idea that few people are everything they present to the outside world," she writes.

"Yet there I was, hiding the reality of my life behind the unreal perfection of Marcia Brady. ... No one suspected the fear that gnawed at me even as I lent my voice to the chorus of Bradys singing, `It's a Sunshine Day.'"

"I'll always be struck by how much a part of people's lives Marcia is and always will be. But now I'm not bothered by the connection. It took most of my life, countless mistakes and decades of pain and suffering to reach this point of equanimity and acceptance."

'Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice' hits stores Tuesday.

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