Numerous items that once belonged to Monica Lewinsky have been placed up for auction. These were examined as possible evidence in Clinton’s impeachment trial.
Anyone still reeling more than a decade after President’s Clinton impeachment trial has a chance to land some unique merchandise. Numerous items including clothing pieces, cards, photos and notes that once belonged to Monica Lewinsky have been placed for auction.
Every one of the items was examined as possible evidence in Clinton’s impeachment trial.
A black nightie, a navy-blue hoodie from DKNY, a denim button-down shirt, a yellow Ann Taylor jacket and blue slacks are just a few clothing items included.
White House memorabilia is also thrown in, including a sealed box of presidential Whitman's chocolates, a book of White House matches and three boxes of presidential M&Ms.
Nate D. Sanders Auctions claimed the pieces were “Monica Lewinsky owned items, examined as potential evidence by Kenneth Starr's team in one of the most controversial presidential scandals of the 20th century. Lot comprises materials Lewinsky gave to her former lover Andy Bleiler and his wife during the early 1990's.”
The minimum bid is $2,500.