Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones have been working independently to make Bill Clinton’s life miserable for years, and now the two scandal magnets have come together to put out a series of videos—for a fee, of course. The Guardian chronicles some of the numerous ways the two have profited from their alleged relationships with the former president.
Flowers complains in the videos that her career as a singer and performer was ruined by the notoriety she gained when she intervened during Clinton’s first presidential campaign in 1992 to allege a long-term relationship with him. “What is fame without dignity,” she says.
That said, Flowers has shown a remarkable persistence pursuing a career as the woman who once slept with Bill Clinton. She wrote a book, appeared in some movies and was featured in Penthouse (Gennifer Flowers Tells All, Shows All).
This year she announced she was going to put up for auction the tapes of phone conversations she secretly recorded with Clinton.
And now she and Jones are charging up to $13.93 (£7) to hear the seven clips of them communing over such seminal political issues as the size and shape of the presidential penis.