Monica Lewinsky Speaks: 'I Fell In Love With My Boss'
Monica Lewinsky spoke at a Forbes magazine conference, discussing what it was like to become a publicly humiliated figure. INSIDE EDITION has more.
Monica Lewinsky is speaking out about her notorious affair with former President Bill Clinton two decades ago. And what she's saying will shock you.
"I fell in love with my boss, in a 22-year-old sort of way. It happens. But my boss was the President of the United States," said Lewinsky.
Lewinsky spoke at a Forbes magazine conference in Philadelphia on Monday. Here's what she says she was called after the notorious White House sex scandal.
"People referring to me as tramp, slut, whore, tart, bimbo," Lewsinky said.
She says she has been the victim of cyberbullying ever since, explaining, "Overnight, I went from being a completely private figure to a publicly humiliated one."
Lewinsky also announced she's just launched a Twitter account, and this is her first tweet: #herewego.
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