Monica Lewinsky Sex Tape: Former White House Intern's Steamy Recording to President Bill Clinton Resurfaces
Aug 01, 2013 12:12 PM EDT | By Dina Exil
After 15 years, a sex tape of former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and former President Bill Clinton has resurfaced, according to the New York Daily News.
In the never-before-heard audio tape recording, Lewinsky attempts to seduce him by promising to take her "clothes off." Lewinsky attempts to persuade the president into performing quick sexual actions.
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"I could take my clothes off and start ... I hope to see you later and I hope you will follow my script and do what I want," Lewinsky said on the recording, according to Radar Online.
According to the Daily News, Lewinsky said they would only be 15 to 20 minutes and no one would know. The audio recording was reportedly thought to have been destroyed many years ago.
The tape also reveals a then 24-year-old Lewinsky begging the president to meet her because she is "too cute and adorable" to be ignored and she missed him. According to the Latin Times, she told Clinton that she can meet him in his office or they could watch a movie together at her place.
The recording was made after the two had reportedly seen each other numerous times. The intern made the three-minute and 47-second audio tape in 1997. This is supposedly months after the last of her nine alleged encounters with Clinton in March 1997. Lewinsky calls the 42nd president "handsome" in the recordings, according to Radar Online.
The tapes were played for Linda Tripp, who delivered them to the Oval Office the very next day. The scandal broke in January 1998 and cause Clinton to be impeached, removed from office. The National Enquirer obtained a letter in which a distraught Lewinsky asked Clinton why he ended the affair.
New reports speculate that the released audio tape can hurt Hilary Clinton's chances for a 2016 presidential bid. Although not announced, sources reportedly told the Daily News, she will announce plans sometime next year.
"The Clintons thought this sex tape was dead and buried," a source said. "If this tape and other materials are surfacing now, imagine what else must be out there?"
Here is an excerpt from the tape acquired by the National Enquirer:
"Since I know you will be alone tomorrow evening. I have two proposals for you, neither of which is you not seeing me. So just deal with it!"
"I [can] quickly sneak over and then we can have a nice little visit for, you know, 15 minutes or half an hour. Whatever you want. I would really, really, really, really, really, like that...."
"I'm very persistent but I really want to see you... I could take all my clothes off and start...."
"My other proposal ... maybe we could go and watch a movie together and just have kind of, I don't know, boxed dinners or something."
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