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Monica Samille Lewinsky was born on 23rd July, 1973 in San Francisco, California, USA of German, Russian, Lithuanian, Romanian and Jewish descent. She is a former White House intern, who rose to prominence as a participant in the Lewinsky political sex scandal, allegedly between the president of USA Bill Clinton and this employee of White House, Monica Lewinski in 1998. Subsequently, Monica became an international celebrity.
How rich is Lewinsky? It has been reported that currently Monica’s net worth is as high as $500,000. Estimations show that aside from other revenues, she received $1 million for an interview with Barbara Walters, which she apparently needed to cover living expenses and high legal bills.
Monica Lewinsky Net Worth $500,000
Monica Lewinsky was raised in a very wealthy family in Beverly Hills and the Westside Brentwood area of Los Angeles. She was educated at the John Thomas Dye School in Bel-Air, Beverly Hills High School and Bel Air Prep also known as Pacific Hills School. Later, she studied at Santa Monica College and graduated with a degree in psychology from Lewis & Clark College. Afterwards, she started working in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs.
As it turned out later, Monica and the president Bill Clinton had allegedly had an affair which lasted for two years (1995–1997). At first, both of them denied the relationship but later the evidence found included a blue dress that belonged to Lewinski with supposedly preserved Clinton’s semen stain. Discussions went on considering whether oral sex should be considered as sexual intercourse or not. Eventually Clinton admitted that he had inappropriate relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Because of the scandal, Clinton became the second president in the history of USA against whom an impeachment was organised, but thanks to Democratic Party votes, the two- thirds majority for presidential removal was not collected as required by the Constitution of USA.
Suddenly, Monica Lewinski appeared in the spotlight. She was invited onto various shows including “20/20” on ABC, “Saturday Night Live” on NBC, “The Tom Green Show” on MTV and others. In cooperation with Andrew Morton she published a biography “Monica’s Story” (1999). The same year a line of handbags with Monica’s name was launched. In 2000, Monica participated in an endorsement deal with the Jenny Craig, Inc. diet company. In 2002, the documentary series “America Undercover” aired a special episode called “Monica in Black and White” (2000) in which Lewinsky answered all the questions about her life as well as the sex scandal. In 2003, she became the host of “Mr. Personality” the reality dating show broadcast on Fox Television. Finally, Monica got tired of all that and moved to London where she entered the London School of Economics to study social psychology. In 2006, she graduated with a Masters degree.
In 2014, Monica moved back to the USA, and published the essay “Shame and Survival” (2014) in Vanity Fair magazine. She gave an interview to the special program “The 90s: The Last Great Decade” broadcast on The National Geographic Channel. Over the last few years she has given public speeches against cyber-bullying.
Currently, Lewinsky claims to be single, and is apparently living with her mother.