MONICA Lewinsky is telling all in a new documentary series that details her infamous affair with ex-President Bill Clinton and how the scandal forever changed her life, reports Fox News.
US cable network A&E revealed that Lewinsky, 45 provided an in-depth “tell-all” about events that rocked the late 1990s.
The new series entitled “The Clinton Affair” from Academy Award and Emmy-winning producer Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, as well as Emmy-winning director Blair Foster, will air in the USA November 18th.
The special aims to examine the chain of events that led to the now-72-year-old’s impeachment, which occurred on December 19, 1998.
“I don’t talk about this very often and I still feel uncomfortable talking about it because I think it’s one of those things where it’s not as if it didn’t register with me that he was the president,” Lewinsky reflected in the documentary. “Obviously it did. But I think in one way, the moment we were in the back office [of the White House] for the first time, the truth is that I think it meant more to me that someone who other people desired had desired me. However wrong it was. However misguided. For who I was at that very moment at 22-years-old, that’s how I felt.”