Monica Lewinsky’s Infamous Sex Tape Audio With Bill Clinton Headed To Museum
Fifteen years after it rocked The White House, it looks like Monica Lewinsky‘s affair with then president, Bill Clinton is about to be memorialized in a museum – New York City’s Museum of Sex to be exact! Monica arrived at the White House as an unpaid, 21-year old intern in 1995 and by the end of that year her affair with Clinton was rumored to be in full swing. She made an audio sex tape in 1997 that she later foolishly played over the phone for Linda Tripp. Of course she ratted out Monica and Clinton and that recording is now in the hands of the Museum of Sex.
According to the Aug. 26th print edition of National Enquirer, Mark Snyder, the director of the museum thinks that the 3 and a half minute audio tape is a vital part of history and a real gem to have gotten their hands on. Visitors will be able to hear how Monica spoke to her lover and it supposedly really humanizes the whole situation. Monica was reportedly playful, taunting and very direct about wanting to see Clinton and we all know that her approach was highly successful.I have to wonder what kind of pay day this audio tape fetched. It had to have been worth some serious money and it gives a verbal accounting of the relationship between Clinton and Monica. Think about it- the affair was talked to death and nearly toppled his presidency, but we have no idea how the two actually interacted, at least until now.
If you found yourself in the Museum of Sex would you go looking for this audio tape? Would it be worth a listen? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!
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