A secret Clinton and Lewinsky tape has allegedly been leaked to the press. US tabloid The National Enquirer which also reports on aliens, so you know, grain of salt have apparently got their hands on a secret sexy-times tape Monica Lewinsky sent Bill Clinton back in All evidence of the affair was believed to have been destroyed, but allegedly a cleaner kept the tape and decided that today was the ultimate time to release it to the press. The tape apparently lasts 3 minutes and 47 seconds. She even tries to rope his secretary Betty in on the plan. Since I know you will be alone tomorrow evening, I have two proposals for you, neither of which is you not seeing me. Then you quickly sneak back and then in the meantime I quickly sneak over and then we can have a nice little visit for, you know, 15 minutes or half an hour. Whatever you want. See the latest shot and read about the controversy here. Angelina Jolie was in Sydney yesterday and nobody noticed.
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Some Americans tried to organize a boycott of advertisers on the show, to protest Lewinsky's capitalizing on her notoriety. Lewinsky later decided to leave the public spotlight to pursue a master's degree in in. Her father is , an , who is the son of who escaped from and moved to and then to the United States when he was He wanted to arouse her and one time had. Similar conduct could include any sexual encounter in the workplace, even if there had been no allegation of unwelcomeness.
Monica Lewinsky , in a never-before-heard audio tape recorded before her affair with former President Bill Clinton made headlines, attempts to seduce him by promising to take her "clothes off," it was reported Wednesday. In the recording, which was made after the one-time White House intern had already hooked up with Clinton numerous times — but before the scandal broke — Lewinsky was incredibly accommodating as she tried to talk the 42nd President into a quickie. She said they could rendezvous for 15 minutes, 30 minutes, whatever worked for him — and they could arrange it so word wouldn't get out. The racy audio recording was thought to have been destroyed many years ago — but it emerged Wednesday like a ghost from Bubba's past. It couldn't have been good news for Hillary Clinton , who has long been considered the front-runner for the Democratic nomination if she runs for the presidency in
That was the gist, several months ago, from a friend gingerly alerting me to the news that some suggestive—and presumably private—photos had made their way into the public domain. I was both relieved and shocked to see that the pictures purporting to be me, were not me. On a normal-size screen the model looked more like a Kardashian than a Lewinsky. But on smaller handheld devices, I could see some resemblance.