New York, July 11 : Madonna's brother Christopher Ciccone has revealed several sensational details about her life in his book 'Life With My Sister Madonna'.
He writes in the book that Warren Beatty was once so suspicious of Madonna that he went through her trash looking for evidence that she was cheating on him.
"Warren, operator that he has always been, had the sense to recognize his equal in Madonna," the New York Post quoted him as writing.
The book also tells that when Madonna decided to have a baby, she first eyed cross-dressing NBA kook Dennis Rodman and 'Melrose Place' actor John Enos, before she picked Carlos Leon whom she met in Central Park - even though she was "not sure he fulfills the intelligence requirement".
The tome even carries Madonna's own statement about her romp with JFK Jr.
"I feel like I am repeating Marilyn (Monroe) and the president," the book quotes her, as saying.
Ciccone also writes that Ingrid Casares was Madonna's perpetual "yes-woman", a "sycophant" content to "sit at (her) feet, as if she were Madonna's slave . . . It wouldn't have surprised me at all if [they] were having intimate relations."
He has revealed that Madonna hangs an 8-by-12-foot photo of herself in S and M gear and lying on a bed with dead animals in her home in full view of the kids.
"(It's) the creepiest thing I've ever seen," he says.
The book has also revealed that Madonna's first husband, Sean Penn, once cornered Ciccone, pulled out a jack-knife and insisted, 'Let's be blood brothers,' then sliced open both their thumbs to seal the deal.
Years later, Penn approached the openly gay Ciccone, mentioned the ritual and asked, "You don't have AIDS, do you?"
Ciccone revealed that Guy Ritchie is a homophobe whose heterosexuality "swells noticeably" in the presence of gay men.
In a dinner toast Ciccone made the week before Ritchie and Madonna's wedding, he cracked about the groom, "I'd like to toast this happy moment . . . and if anybody wants to (bleep) Guy, he'll be in my room later."