Monica Samille Lewinsky is an activist, media personality, and fashion designer from the United States. We also know her as a former White House intern whose friendship with President Bill Clinton caused a stir during his tenure.
Monic is a contributing writer to Vanity Fair Magazine and is currently trying to combat cyberbullying. She's also a co-producer on Impeachment: American Crime Story, a 10-episode limited TV series on the sex scandal that nearly ended Clinton's presidency.
In the interim, her story was picked up by the FX series, which premiered on September 7th, 2021.
Age, height, family & career
Monica Lewinsky was born on July 23, 1973, in San Francisco, California, and grew up in a wealthy household in the Westside Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Bernard Lewinsky, her father, is an oncologist. Marcia Lewis, her mother, is a published author.
Monica Lewinsky, who is 5'6" tall, came to London in 2005 for a period of time. She went to the London School of Economics to study Social Psychology. After writing her thesis, "In Search of the Impartial Juror: An Exploration of the Third-Person Effect and Pre-Trial Publicity," she received her Master of Science the following year.
Relationship Status Of Monica Lewinsky
Monica Lewinsky had never married as of September 2021.
Monica dating, according to PEOPLE Magazine in 2015, she maintains her personal life as secret as possible.
“You can ask it, but I keep my personal life prove. I think people have known enough about my romantic life for lifetime.”
Monica, who has long since given up her demand for an apology from former President Bill Clinton, has remained loyal to her word over the years.
Monica also mentioned having a wedding in the future, according to HEAVY. “I'm simple!” she had declared to PEOPLE. I enjoy going out to dinner, seeing a musical, concert, or movie.”
Monica Lewinsky has never been married and has never had children. But during her talk with The New York times, she did say that she wanted a husband, children, and wanted to be treated normally.
The Clinton-Lewinsky affair
In 1998, US President Bill Clinton and 22-year-old White House intern Monica Lewinsky were involved in a political sex scandal.
Between 1995 and 1997, they had a sexual connection. Clinton said in late January 1998 during a televised speech that he "did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky." Further investigation led to perjury charges and Bill Clinton's impeachment by the US House of Representatives in 1998.
In a 21-say senate trial, he was acquitted of all impeachment accusations of perjury and obstruction of justice. Judge Susan Webber Wright found Clinton in civil contempt of court for giving false testimony in the Paula Jones case involving Monica Lewinsky, and she fined Clinton $90,000. His license to practice law in Arkansas was suspended for five years, and he was prevented from presenting matters before the United States Supreme Court shortly after.