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Contact Admin. In a new book, former South African glamour girl Janie du Plessis reveals a darker side of her life of sexual encounters, cocaine use and a tense relationship with her husband. She has also told about her bond with accomplished South African golfer Sally Little, with whom Du Plessis is rumoured to have had a lesbian relationship, and her struggle against breast cancer.
Du Plessis, 48, was at the height of her fame in the s as a model, actress, TV presenter and covergirl. She presented TV programmes such as Teletien and Revue Plus , took parts in films, and was the face of cosmetic house Max Factor for two years. Du Plessis tells of her experimentation with cocaine, the drug to which her Italian husband Massimo Beltrami became addicted.
She and Beltrami married in November , and lived in Portugal and Italy. He had had a low libido and the drugs would help him conjure raunchy images to heighten his sex drive. She would take part in his fantasies, sniffing cocaine with him in groups, or parading in her underwear in front of their friends in their Milan apartment.
Once, Beltrami urged her to have sex with a young male visitor. When they both refused, Beltrami whipped out a pistol and threatened to shoot them. Du Plessis, who has two sons by Beltrami, now in their late teens, also told of happy moments in their household.
They divorced in In , she booked a flight to visit him in Portugal, but just a month before she was supposed leave, she received news that Beltrami had died, choking on a sandwich at a bar.