Back in the day "The Brady Bunch" family represented the American Dream, but it seems all that sibling affection has been severed by the fact t hat Eve Plum Jan Brady refuses to talk to or reconcile with big sis Marsha, played by Maureen McCormick. It's been years since we spoke. But according to little sister, Susan Olsen aka Cindy Brady , it's going to take a lot for Plum to forgive and forget. I love them both and this means whenever we get together for any project there will only be one or the other. But I do understand Eve's point of view," Olsen told us in an exclusive interview. McCormick "joked" in her memoir "Here's the Story" that she and her on-screen sister had a girl-on-girl affair while working together, and Plumb was less-than-impressed.
Brady Bunch Maureen McCormick. Wholesome former THE Brady Bunch star Maureen McCormick is set to reveal the beloved 70s TV series' most shocking secret in a new book - she and her on-screen sister had a lesbian fling. MCCormick's tell-all, Here's The Story, won't hit bookstores until , but publishers are already buzzing about the big reveal. As well as talking candidly about her well-documented eating disorder and drug problems in the book, TV's Marcia Brady will come clean about a romance she had with co-star Eve Plumb, who played her sister Jan on the hit show. A source tells America's National Enquirer, "The most explosive comments will be how the then-blonde, blue-eyed cutie developed a crush on Eve Plumb, which led to some sexual play. While Maureen is not a lesbian, she reveals there were some sexual hijinks going on behind the scenes.
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Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Location: New Hampshire. At the recent Brady Bunch reunions, why don't Maureen and Eve ever appear together anymore? MikaelaArsenault , Jul 27,
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. They were, back in the early s, America's squeaky-cleanest family. Yet somehow the intervening decades have been rife with Brady Bunch revelation:. Father-figure Robert Reed's conflicted, closeted homosexuality, and constant complaints about the show's inherent banality. But this