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Paula Jones Biography
Paula Jones (Full name- Paula Corbin Jones) is a former Arkansas state employee who was born as Paula Rosalee Corbin, on September 17, 1966, Lonoke, Arkansas, U.S.. She is best known for suing U.S. president Bill Clinton for sexual harassment.
The Paula Jones case provided the impetus for Independent Counsel Ken Starr to broaden his on-going investigation into Clinton’s pre-presidency financial dealings with the Whitewater Land Company, and resulted in Clinton’s impeachment in the House of Representatives and subsequent acquittal on February 12, 1999, by the Senate. Clinton was asked under oath, specifically, about Monica Lewinsky in the Jones suit, denied having ever had sexual relations with her, and was accused of perjury after evidence of sexual contact was exposed.
The Jones lawsuit also led to a landmark legal precedent by the U.S. Supreme Court which ruled that a sitting U.S. president is not exempt from civil litigation for acts committed outside of public office.
Paula Jones Net Worth
Jones is a former Arkansas state employee who is best known for suing U.S. President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. Her lawsuit was eventually dismissed although Clinton agreed to an out-of-court settlement by paying her $850 thousand. Paula Jones estimated net worth is $700 thousand.
Paula Jones Age
Jones was born as Paula Rosalee Corbin, on September 17, 1966, Lonoke, Arkansas, to a minister in the Church of the Nazarene and raised within that congregation. She is 53 years in 2019.
Paula Jones Clinton
On May 8, 1991, according to Paula Jones’s account, she was escorted to Clinton’s (then governor of Arkansas) room in the Excelsior Hotel (now the Little Rock Marriott) by state troopers in Little Rock, Arkansas. At the room, Clinton propositioned and exposed himself to her.
Jones claimed she kept quiet about the incident until 1994, when a David Brock story in The American Spectator magazine printed an account. She filed a sexual harassment suit on May 6, 1994, against Clinton, two days before the expiration of the three-year statute of limitations, and sought $750,000 in damages.
Jones’s suit was dismissed as lacking legal merit but after the Clinton affair with Monica Lewinsky came to the public, Jones appealed the case. Her appeal gained traction following Clinton’s admission to having an affair with Monica Lewinsky in August 1998.
Clinton agreed to an out-of-court settlement on appeal, paying Paula Jones and her lawyers $850,000 to drop the suit; a substantial portion of the settlement was expected to pay Jones’s legal fees. Clinton’s lawyer said that the President made the settlement only so he could end the lawsuit for good and move on with his life. Jones and her lawyers have cited the payment is evidence of Clinton’s guilt. She continues to maintain that Clinton sexually harassed her and Clinton continues to deny it.
Paula Jones Book
No Island of Sanity is Paula Jones’ book about her case v Bill Clinton and the long tedious processes of appeal.
“One would like to think that the U.S. Supreme Court, the highest Court in the land, is the one island of sanity still remaining. But if what you folks are about to read is any indication, we’ve all got a lot to worry about. The question that presents itself is whether the near pathological dizziness and irrationality in our society has so invaded this nation’s marrow that, like a wild-infectious virus, even the Supreme Court is not immune.”
–from NO ISLAND OF SANITY