Max Kennedy’s Daughter Summer Kennedy

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Summer Kennedy is the 23-year-old gorgeous daughter of Max Kennedy and his wife Victoria Strauss. The lovely brunette is said to have been arrested recently, yikes!

Her father is author, Matthew Maxwell Taylor “Max” Kennedy –the ninth child born to Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Skakel Kennedy.

Caroline Summer Rose Kennedy, who goes by Summer is the second child born to Max and Vicki on December 29, 1994. She has one older brother, Matthew Maxwell Taylor Kennedy, Jr. born in 1993 –and one younger sister, Noah Isabella Bailey Kennedy, born in 1998.

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Lovely Caroline Summer Kennedy is Brown graduate but most recently a spoiled brat –according to the NY Post she was taken by police after she began yelling at officers. She was charged for Disorderly Conduct and Noise Violation.

But things get even more embarrassing for the young teacher, she was arrested with non-other than her 52-year-old father. Reports say they both seemed to be drunk. The father-daughter duo was arrested not too far from the famed Kennedy Compound.

The arrest came after someone called the cops to complain about loud music. According to the police report, when officers arrived and asked to speak to someone in charge –Max stepped out of the house known as the “Judy Garland House.” It appears they had been having a wild party at the rental home.

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Max who is described as having blood-shot and glassy eyes was handcuffed and Summer allegedly threw herself at the police cruiser where her dad was being held. She yelled at officers “I went to Brown and I’m a teacher, sweetheart!” At one point, she also stuck out her tongue at officers.

She apparently forgot all about being civil and police took them both. According to her LinkedIn, Summer Kennedy did in fact, attended Brown University to pursue a History degree from 2013 until 2017.

Her father, born January 11, 1965 in Manhattan, is a Harvard graduate and also holds a law degree from the University of Virginia. He previously worked as a district attorney in Philadelphia.