Norma Jeane DiMaggio — aka Marilyn Monroe — had a Department of Defense ID card from 1954. Was she secretly spying for the United States post-“Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”?
Nope. According to the auction house Bonhams, she got the ID for traveling to Korea to entertain troops. The laminated card sold for $57,000 in 2008.
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Norma Jeane DiMaggio — aka Marilyn Monroe — had a Department of Defense ID card from 1954. Was she secretly spying for the United States post-“Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”?

Nope. According to the auction house Bonhams, she got the ID for traveling to Korea to entertain troops. The laminated card sold for $57,000 in 2008.

(Image via Pictures in Time)