Monica Lewinsky Sex Tape Reportedly Leaked
A sex tape between Monica Lewinsky and former president Bill Clinton has reportedly been leaked.
Lewinsky is the only person heard on the tape, allegedly recorded in November 1997, which is an audio recording with no video. The National Enquirer reportedly obtained the tape via a housekeeper hired by Lewinsky’s friends. The tape was thought to have been destroyed years ago.
According to the transcript, Lewinsky talks about meeting up with Clinton, referring to him as "Handsome" on the tape. “Since I know you will be alone tomorrow evening, I have two proposals for you, neither of which is you not seeing me," Lewinsky allegedly says on the tape. "I could take my clothes off and start… well… I know you wouldn't enjoy that? I hope to see you later and I hope you will follow my script and do what I want."
Based on the transcript, Lewinsky seems to be pleading with Clinton to meet up her. "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,” Lewinsky purportedly says. “You can't refuse me because I'm too cute and adorable and soon I won't be here anymore to pop over."
The tabloid also claims to have love letters Lewinsky wrote to Clinton, asking him to explain why their affair stopped – their last sexual encounter was reported to be in March of 1997, eight months before the alleged tape was recorded.
Clinton’s wife Hillary stood by her husband’s side through his infidelity. Hillary recently left her post as Secretary of State, and is expected to make a presidential run in 2016. There are worries that this tape, as well anything else that is potentially out there, could affect her campaign.
The timing of the alleged tape's release is curious – at the moment, former U.S. representative and current New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner is dealing with a slew of sexting scandals. His wife Huma Abedin happens to be close with Hillary, having acted as her Chief of Staff during her term as Secretary of State and her 2008 presidential campaign.
Lewinsky became infamous during Clinton’s second presidential term after the two engaged in a sexual affair, including nine encounters between 1995-1997. Clinton was impeached for lying about their relationship, but was not removed from office.