Clinton's Crisis: MONICA LEWINSKY: The Days Of Her Life

Soap-opera fan MONICA LEWINSKY is the new face of scandal. And she lives at the Watergate

When Monica Lewinsky worked in the White House, she had nicknames. One was Elvira, after TV's vampy Mistress of the Dark--a snickering reference to Lewinsky's long and big black hair, her fondness for tight, chest-hugging outfits and her coquettish demeanor. Another sobriquet was the Stalker, inspired by her steadfast rush toward the presidential helicopter whenever its whirr announced a landing. She was a child of Beverly Hills privilege--and the product of a bitterly broken home. She delighted in soap operas and glitter; yet she gravitated toward the political hotbed of Washington. She is now the face, the name for scandal, her...

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