Monica Lewinsky's Clinton Tell-All Book to Nab $12 Million?
Monica Lewinsky Book to Spill Details about President Clinton Affair
Monica Lewinsky -- oh, the stories she could tell.
And, as our friends at ineedmyfix.com point out, she will ... in a new tell-all book that she's reportedly bringing home a whopping $12 million for.
This isn't Lewinsky's first time in the publishing world, as she released a 1999 biography titled Monica's Story.
What her story was lacking at that time were the juicy details of her affair with President Bill Clinton.
Instead, she only teased some of the details of their hookup.
Now, Lewinsky is ready to truly tell all the ins and outs of the fling that happened while Clinton was in office and she was a mere White House intern.
What can readers expect?
Kinky comes to mind.
A friend of Lewinsky's tells the National Enquirer that Clinton had an "insatiable desire for three-way sex, orgies and the use of sex toys of all kinds."
Oh my. This could give 50 Shades of Grey a run for its money.
A source also told the Enquirer, "For years, Monica tried to protect Bill out of a misplaced sense of loyalty. But she no longer feels that way, and her memoir is his worst nightmare." Yeah, read: she wants a huge payday.
ineedmyfix has some more scoop:
"She will also share the nitty gritty of how Billy used to refer to wife Hilary as a 'cold fish' in reference to their non-existent sex life. While it isn't exactly classy to share those types of details at this point (perhaps at any point) it will serve to show the lies (or not) cheating married men tell girls to get some action. Not that that excuses her behavior as she was 25 at the time after all, but definitely no match for the emotional 'maturity' and manipulation of a then 52-year-old President."
Lewinsky's tell-all is also supposed to include love letters she wrote to Clinton, with the source squealing, "In them, she opened her heart about her love for Bill and how much happier she could make him. Some of what she wrote was so raw that she never sent them."