Monica Lewinsky is back; “that woman” that Mr. Clinton pointed to America and claimed he “did not have sexual relations with" is not happy and allegedly looking for belated revenge, according to a National Enquirer
Lewinsky is reportedly upset because she feels as though Mr. Clinton walked away “unscathed” from the White House affair while her life has been dominated by it.
Lewinsky was a 22-year-old intern when Bill Clinton - in his late 40s, married with child, and president of the United States - soiled her dress and her reputation; sources say she’s ready to talk about it.
Mr. Clinton publicly, privately and to prosecutors, lied about the affair until Ms. Lewinsky produced a stained dress from her closet with Clinton’s DNA on it.
However Ms. Lewinsky, now 39, wants to come out on top of the deal this time, bidding her story at about $12 million to the lucky publisher.
While the most famous White House aide ever hasn’t signed off on a contract as yet, word is out that she will describe her intimate love letters to the ex-president and talk about Mr. Clinton’s insatiable desire for threesomes.
'Monica has tried to move forward, but the nightmare of her affair with Bill still haunts her,' a friend told the Enquirer. 'She’s facing 40 without a man in her life, and seething about the way her reputation was destroyed as the whole world watched.'
The book, which publishers are said to be scrambling to bid on, could destroy any chance of a Hillary Rodham Clinton White House bid.
could also shake the Clinton’s marriage as Lewinsky claims Mr. Clinton described Hillary as a ‘cold fish’ in love letters she wrote during the heat of their affair.
He also laughed about his nonexistent sex life with his wife - and said he thought he was not the only one looking for love outside their marriage.
'Monica can describe how Bill went on and on about his insatiable desire for three-way sex, orgies and the use of sex toys of all kinds,' said the friend, according to the report.
'For years, Monica tried to protect Bill out of a misplaced sense of loyalty,' a source told the Enquirer. 'But she no longer feels that way, and her memoir is his worst nightmare.'
Earlier, Ms. Lewinsky was prevented from talking about the affair due to an immunity deal struck with the courts – but now, the sky is the limit, and there’s probably going to be a lot of publishers reaching for the sky.