In June 1995 Monica Lewinsky, 21, arrived at the White House as an unpaid intern.. During November she began a sexual relationship with Bill Clinton, according to audiotapes secretly recorded. By December she moved into a paid position ferrying mail to the Oval Office.
This TV grab dated 08 May 1996 Lewinski (R) talking with Clinton at the Saxophone Club at Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC, at a Democratic National Committee Fundraiser. President Bill Clinton forcefully denied having sex with the young White House intern Monica Lewinsky, as more video surfaced showing him embracing her.
This video footage shows Bill Clinton (back to camera) greeting a woman who appears to be Monica Lewinsky (center-left) . The flurry of salacious reports had the White House scrambling to cope with what had become the worst crisis of Clinton's presidency.
Monica Lewinsky arrives at the US District Court House in Washington, DC 20 August to testify before a grand jury investigating US President Bill Clinton.. In a television address, President Clinton acknowledged having a relationship with Lewinsky.
Bill Clinton pauses a moment while being asked about Monica Lewinsky at a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema in the White House in Washington, DC. Clinton said he hoped Monica Lewinsky would have "a good life" and get any help she might need to recover from the traumatic White House sex scandal.
This picture shows US President Bill Clinton testifying in the Map Room at the White House in Washington DC, on videotape before independent counsel Kenneth Starr's grand jury investigating the White House sex-and-lies case. There are more than four hours of videotape and 2,800 pages of testimony containing details of Clinton's affair with Lewinsky.
Clinton acknowledges applause from the audience of senators and representatives at the start of his State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Clinton spoke in front of many of the same Representatives who impeached him, claiming that he committed perjury and obstruction of justice in the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Behind Clinton are former vice president Al Gore (L) and former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert (R).
US Capitol Hill personnel Erik LeBlanc (R) checks a list as NBC News representative Barbara Rollins (L) picks up a set of taped conversations between Linda Tripp and Monica Lewinsky at the US Capitol in Washington DC. The 22 hours of tapes on 37 cassettes contain no new information, but give the public its first opportunity to hear the actual details of Lewinsky's relationship with US President Bill Clinton.
US Capitol Police escort Diana Schacht (3rd R), counsel for the US House majority and Samra Ryder (2nd-R), counsel for the US House minority, deliver the videotape of Clinton's testimony to the grand jury about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky to the television control room at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
Protesters line the street outside the Mechanics Hall where US President Bill Clinton spoke to the Worcester community, MA. Clinton, in his first public appearance since giving his televised apology on an "improper relationship" with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, left his vacation island hide-away to speak about school safety
During the impeachment hearing, Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr testified about an alleged pattern of obstruction of justice by Bill Clinton in the investigation into his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
Jennifer Moorhouse, a Monica Lewinsky look-alike, poses for photographers at Planet Hollywood in Beverly Hills, California, in front of a giant screen showing US President Bill Clinton in the introduction to Barbara Walter's interview with the former White House