2. On December 19, 1997, I was served with a subpoena from
the plaintiff to give a deposition and to produce documents in
the lawsuit filed by Paula Corbin Jones against President
William Jefferson Clinton and Danny Ferguson.
3. I can not fathom any reason that the plaintiff would
information from me for her case.
4. I have never met Ms. Jones, nor do I have any information
regarding the events she alleges occurred at the Excelsior Hotel
on May 8, 1991 or any other information concerning any of the
allegations in her case.
5. I worked at the White House in the summer of 1995 as
White House intern. Beginning in December, 1995, I worked in
the Office of Legislative Affairs as a staff assistant for
correspondence. In April, 1996, I accepted a job as assistant to
the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the U.S.
Department of Defense. I maintained that job until December
26, 1997. I am currently unemployed but seeking a new job.
6. In the course of my employment at the White House I
President Clinton several times. I also saw the President at a
number of social functions held at the White House. When I
worked as an intern, he appeared at occasional functions
attended by me and several other interns. The correspondence I
drafted while I worked at the Office of Legislative Affairs was
seen and edited by supervisors who either had the President's
signature affixed by mechanism or, I believe, had the President
sign the correspondence itself.
7. I have the utmost respect for the President who has
behaved appropriately in my presence.
8. I have never had a sexual relationship with the President,
did not propose that we have a sexual relationship, he did not
offer me employment or other benefits in exchange for a sexual
relationship, he did not deny me employment or other benefits
for rejecting a sexual relationship. I do not know of any other
person who had a sexual relationship with the President, was
offered employment or other benefits in exchange for a sexual
relationship, or was denied employment or other benefits for
rejecting a sexual relationship. The occasions that I saw the
President after I left employment at the White House in April,
1996, were official receptions, formal functions or events
related to the U.S. Department of Defense, where I was
working at the time. There were other people present on those
9. Since I do not possess any information that could possibly
relevant to the allegations made by Paula Jones or lead to
possible admissible evidence in this case, I asked my attorney to
provide this affidavit to plaintiff's counsel. Requiring my
disposition in this matter would cause disruption to my life,
especially since I am looking for employment, unwarranted
attorney's fees and costs, and constitute an invasion of my right
I declare under the penalty of perjury that the foregoing
Monica S. Lewinsky