Gennifer Flowers is putting the tapes of her recorded conversations with Bill Clinton during their 12-year affair on the auction block, Vegas Confidential learned Monday.
Flowers, who came forward during Clinton’s 1992 Presidential election campaign with details of the relationship, said she decided to part with the tapes after renewed interest surfaced. She was offered $5 million by a Japanese collector in the 1990s, she said.
Asked about the timing of her announcement coming out as Hillary Clinton continues to slide in her presidential bid, “I don’t need to hurt Hillary. She is doing a fine job of that herself, along with her idiot husband. Karma is an interesting thing. If these two don’t get elected, and they are a team, it will be karma coming back to visit them. It’s about time.”
When President Clinton denied the relationship during his presidential campaign, Flowers called a press conference played what she said were secretly recorded phone conversations.
“These are the tapes I brought forth as proof,” she said.
Flowers, who lives in Las Vegas, sued Hillary Rodham Clinton, George Stephanopoulos, James Carville and other, accusing them of orchestrating a campaign to discredit her. Carville and Stephanopolous claimed Flowers doctored the tapes.
Flowers, 58, said she has kept the tapes “very safe all these years and I just recently received more interest and I said ‘why not?’
“I certainly would enjoy the money for my future security. I don’t have any guarantee what might be coming,” she said.
Flowers is also exploring a new book with “explosive story additions to the Clinton affair,” her publicist Bruce Merrin said in a release. The book “ill contain a special item which must remain a protected secret until the book is published.”
“Thank you, Mrs. Broaddrick, for everything you do for Bill.”
Hillary Clinton’s comments to Juanita Broadrick two weeks after Bill raped Mrs. Broadrick in a Little Rock hotel room. Hillary was fully aware of this ‘incident’ at the time she expressed her ‘thanks’ to Juanita for remaining silent at a critical time in Bill’s political career.
Mrs. Broaddrick is shown in the right of this photo, taken just a few months before she was raped by Bill Clinton.