Monica Lewinsky says she feels "compassion" for Jennifer Lawrence's situation, but only because she recalls how she felt during the Bill Clinton sex scandal and how at one time Lewinsky thought almost nude photos of herself had been leaked.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, Hillary Clinton claims Bill Clinton is addicted to sex due to his mother. If that does not sound bad enough, a new tell-all book claims the Secret Service hated protecting Hillary because she was "nasty" to all the agents. And that's just the beginning of the story.
Apparently, Monica Lewinsky is not quite done telling the world about the aftermath of when she was caught having an affair with the President of the United States. There was a time when leaked photos of the former White House intern supposedly showed her in lingerie, but although it turned out to be a fake she still remembers the fear of the moment.
"In the last week or two, as new batches of nude celebrity pictures have circulated around the Web—again violating the privacy of the women depicted—I was reminded of the few moments of sheer panic I had undergone before I realized my photos were not real," Lewinsky wrote. "I felt compassion for these young women."
While her situation can't quite compare to Jennifer Lawrence's nude photos, never mind Kate Upton's sex tape, Lewinsky still believes she can commiserate with the situation based upon when C-SPAN published 20 hours of audio recordings between herself and Linda Tripp.
"Like so many others, I feel outrage—as a fellow victim, as a civilized individual, and as a woman—when other women are so easily and publicly violated," Lewinsky said. "It is immaterial that the recently purloined photos revealed under-dressed celebrities. And, yet, being human we often find ourselves torn between our own right to privacy and our dissolute desires as voyeurs and gossips in an image-and trivia-fueled culture. How much we indulge our inquiring minds is an individual choice. But certainly we can agree that stolen private nudes of actresses (or of anyone, really) is crossing the double yellow line."
The FBI and many a celebrity are still investigating how the nude photos were stolen. Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and several others plan on suing if the hacker, or the "collector" as he called himself, is ever caught.