"She fell in with a glamorous crowd. “Imee Marcos was a good friend of mine,” she says, referring to notorious Filipino dictator Ferdinand Marcos’s daughter. “This was before her mother and the shoes, but her father was very much understood to be a dictator. She took a lot of crap.” The two friends dined at the Plaza Hotel and studied together on campus, Patton says. “She had this — I guess it was the earliest rendition of a cellphone. It was the size of a shoe box and connected her with her bodyguards. But when we were studying, if she wanted a pizza, no joke, she would buzz this guard named Romeo, and he would get a pizza. And I was like, Imee, you’ve got a hot line to God!”"
"‘Mistake Sex,’ an Orange Boa, and a Bronx Accent: At Home With Princeton Mom," by Maureen O’Connor, The Cut, Mar. 12, 2014
OK, Princeton Mom, you have charmed me, beginning with “lifelong imaginary friend Caroline Kennedy.”
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