|Monica Lewinsky Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||July 23, 1973|
Monica Lewinsky is an American television personality, anti-bullying activist, government assistant, and fashion designer who got thrust into the national spotlight due to her scandalous affair with President Bill Clinton from 1995 to 1997. She has more than 800k followers on Twitter and more than 200k followers on Facebook.
Monica Samille Lewinsky
San Francisco, California, United States
Anti-bullying Activist, Government Assistant, Fashion Designer, Television Personality
- Father – Bernard Lewinsky (Oncologist)
- Mother – Marcia Vilensky (Author)
- Others – Samuel Vilensky (Maternal Grandfather), Bronia Poleshuk (Maternal Grandmother), George Lewinsky (Paternal Grandfather), Susana Sophia (Paternal Grandmother)
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
72 kg or 158.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Monica has dated –
- Andy Bleiler (1992-1997)
- Bill Clinton (1995-1997) – While working at the White House from 1995 to 1997, Monica was involved in a s**ual relationship with President Bill Clinton, which ended up becoming an international scandal.
- Jeff Boggs (2000)
Race / Ethnicity
She has Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry.
The blue dress and black beret
Monica has endorsed brands like –
- Jenny Craig
- Bystander Revolution
Monica Lewinsky Favorite Things
- Coffee – Skim Latte
- Poem – The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T. S. Eliot
Source – Edition.CNN.com
Monica Lewinsky Facts
- She became a spokesperson against cyberbullying, after drawing on her personal experiences, and delivered an impassioned TED Talk in 2015.
- She launched a line of handbags in 1999.
- Monica decided to publicly speak out against online harassment after learning about the suicide of Tyler Clementi, a gay Rutgers University freshman who ended his life in an incident of cyberbullying.
- Her infamous tryst has been mentioned in many popular songs such as Partition by Beyoncé, Rap God by Eminem, New Orleans by Lil Wayne, Still I Rise by Nicki Minaj, etc.
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