Washington: Late US actor Rock Hudson`s so-called `gay confession` to his wife, which was recorded by a detective 50 years ago, has now been revealed to public.
The family of the detective revealed the conversation as part of a secret file release.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor`s wife Phyllis Gates confronted him about being gay in 1958; this conversation was secretly tape-recorded by Detective Fred Otash, a private detective also hired by stars like Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland to keep a check on their husbands, the Huffington Post reported.
According to a transcript of the discussion obtained by THR from Otash`s family, Gates asked the actor if he was equally fast with the boys as with her, to which he replied that it`s a physical conjunction and added that boys don`t fit which is why it lasts longer.
Gates had claimed in her book `My Husband, Rock Hudson` that her sex life was brief and hurried and revealed that he got calls from young men who claimed they were his fans and disappeared for hours at a time.
Hudson, who died of AIDS in 1985 at the age of 59, never came out of the closet publicly despite the never-ending rumours about his sexuality.