Monica Lewinsky: Where is she now?

FILE: Former White House intern, Monica Lewinsky, smiles during a photo opportunity in Helsinki, Finland Friday, April 9, 1999. Lewinsky was on a two-day book tour in Helsinki, to sell her book. (AP Photo/Soile Kallio)
February 11, 2014 5:26:00 AM PST
As Hillary Clinton considers another presidential run in 2016, her husband's relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky has again been thrown under a microscope.

Lewinsky's sexual relationship with the 42nd President led to his impeachment. And as long as the Clintons are in the spotlight, she will be, too.

So, CNN asked, where is she now?

CNN reports that she remained in the spotlight right after the impeachment, working on a book called "Monica's Story," which was published in March 1999.

According to IMDb, Lewinsky was a Jenny Craig spokesperson in 1999 and also worked as an American culture reporter for British Channel 5.

CNN reports she launched a handbag design line and then hosted a reality television program in 2003 called "Mr. Personality." But she completely switched gears in 20015, moving to London where she later graduated with a master's degree in social psychology from London School of Economics. According to CNN, Lewinsky's thesis was titled "In Search of the Impartial Juror: An exploration of the third person effect and pretrial publicity."

Lewinsky has kept a really low profile since 2006. She was in London for a while, job hunting, and she was seen with friends in 2009 in New York, CNN reports.

In 2012, reports surfaced of a $12 million book deal. If they're true, Lewinsky's life in the shadows might come to an end.

Get more on this story from CNN.com.

Take ABC13 with you!
Download our free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices


Load Comments