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Bill and Monica Posing in the Oval Office

Phone Sex in the White House: Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky’s Affair Was A Threat To National Security

An exclusive report published by the Daily Mail describes how bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky used to lurk around each other until their steamy phone sex got intercepted by the UK, Israel and Russia.

The relation between Clinton and Lewinsky began with a strong handshake and a furious and flirtatious eyelash battling by Lewinsky. They took little time to make the entire Oval Office their playground; the duo even didn’t hesitate to engage in dirty sex on the venerated President’s desk.

The Daily Mail report is accompanied by a series of photos, which reveal how the President and his secret partner used to pose up together shamelessly. Some of those photos also show how Lewinsky almost always used to be around the President.

This brazen affair changed the lives of both individuals and stories published in the book Crisis of Character suggest that the fallout from this sexual liaison actually never subsided. Crisis of Character has been authored by Garry J. Byrne, a former US Security Service Officer.

Crisis of Character by Gary J Byrne

When the affair ended, Lewinsky instantly turned herself into a pariah. She led a secret life away from public eyes for years. Clinton, on the other hand, is still facing the consequences of the event. The incident is haunting him and his family quite intensely; this has become even more evident during his wife Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The raving phone sex between Bill and Monica was not just a secretive and shameless sexual romp taking place inside the White House; it turned out to be a serious threat to the country’s national security when Russia, Israel, and the UK managed to pick up the phone sex exchanges from microwaves off the top of the White House.

According to the author of Clinton Inc. Daniel Halper, Clinton agreed to release an American caught for spying on behalf of Israel after being subtly blackmailed by the then Israeli Prime Minister.

Clinton Inc by Daniel Halper

Clinton left no stone unturned to keep his encounters with Monica under wraps; however, the strong sexual overtone their relationship had didn’t allow the President to stop the affair from hitting the international scene. For the hot intern and Clinton, it was a relationship that had no fear or boundaries; their actions suggested that they were never worried about getting caught.

Lewinsky was a 22 year old young woman at the time, while Clinton was 51. Their phone conversations revealed that it was Monica who helped the President to realize how easy it is to get oral sex whenever he wants. She was once asked to come to the White House just for answering phones even during a government shutdown. This was probably the first time when people started talking about the President’s affinity towards the busty White House employee. It was, however, nothing new for the president as he was always known for having an eye for attractive, busty women.

In his book, Byrne writes that he and his colleagues often wondered how the President manages to get works done in his office and joked that Clinton would have had more successes if he ran a brothel. Lewinsky had been caught time and again by the Secret Service officers in the off-limit hallways of White House; and every time she had an excuse ready.

Lewinsky kept becoming braver with every passing day. She started acting as if she would never get caught or she doesn’t have the fear of getting caught. She was helped by a steward named Bayani Nelvis, who was more commonly known as Nel in the building’s West Wing. When traveling down the hallways in search of Clinton, Monica used to tell the security officers that she had come to meet Nel. She was warned several times by Nel, who believed that Monica was trying to traverse dangerous waters. However, all those warnings went in vain.

For Nel and other stewards, this was, however, nothing new. They had always been witnessing Clinton’s sexual encounters with other women behind Hillary’s back. Such events started taking place right from the time the President took office.

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  • Bill Clinton first met Monica Lewinsky at an official party where they shook each other’s hand.
  • Soon, they got involved in a steamy affair. Although the couple tried to keep the relationship secret, Monica always used to be around the President and had sexual encounters in all corners of the Oval Office.
  • The relationship ended when phone sex between the two got intercepted by the UK, Russia, and Israel.
Phone based legal advice

The Revival of Pay Per Minute Phone Services

Pay-per-minute phone services that were very popular in the 80s and 90s. There were inherent flaws in this system that eventually led to a decline in popularity, partially as a result of problems the companies faced. In the past few years, there has been a revival in these types of services thanks to innovative companies which are using technology to bypass previous limitations.

Premium rate phone service were accessed by dialing a specific number, typically starting with 1-900 or 1-976, and billed through the phone company. Typically, an initial fee was charged for connecting to the phone service followed by a smaller fee for every minute the calling party remained connected.

Most of the pay per minute phone services and 1-900 numbers were discontinued as a result of a large number of cases of fraud. People hacked phones to automatically make calls to these numbers each month which caused an individual to be billed unknowingly. Additionally, people with young children fell prey to these scams when their child would pick the phone up and dial a 1-900. There is a case where one child caused $17,000 of charges in one month, which ultimately led to phone companies cracking down on companies providing these services.

Tech companies have realized a great money making opportunity that has been made available by the disappearance of these 900 numbers.,,, and are being used as online alternatives to this service. These companies are filling the void left by the retirement of 1-900 premium rate numbers and providing people with the services they desire which were previously unavailable.

All types of services are benefiting from these new call services: psychics, phone sex lines, technical support, counselors, life coaches, business analysts, financial advisors, tax and legal advice, and tutoring, just to name a few. Each of these services is backed by a stay-at-home professionals who are ready to help.

These sites each offer paid phone based advice which anyone can take advantage of. has a large number of experts who specialize in psychic readings, tarot cards, and love and spiritual advice. offers a wide variety of specialists ranging from medical advice to financial tips to counseling and therapy. Ingenio specializes in coaching: relationship, life, and family. PrestoExperts offers a similar selection to Ether. There are many topics including technology, health, and business.

Users of these sites have a simple but slightly different method of payment than what they may be used to. The websites offer a membership where you sign in and link your phone number to a registered credit card. After registration, use of the service is seamless. The users are identified by their phone number and password and do not have to repeatedly enter their information. The vendors can identify individual customer accounts based on caller identification and an identifying personal identification number or password. This allows the service to be more secure and easy to use and provide a quick connection to the service you are trying to contact. Credit card use with these services has also led to a decrease on accidental dialing and fraud which has been beneficial to both vendors and consumers.

Since phone based services are not restricted by physical limitations and can easily be requested by anybody in the world, they have become a point of interest for many professionals looking to make extra money. This is fortunate for the consumer as the services offered online and over the phone may effectively cost less than the in-person alternative; going to a therapist may cost upwards of $50 while a ten-minute session on the phone with a therapist may cost only $15. This price gap provides an incentive for consumers to consider these services as an option.

Most of the vendors on advice websites such as Keen or Ether are professionals who are working from home. Perhaps their schedule allows them free time during the work or during the afternoon, and working from home via these phone services provides them with some extra income. This is a great way to get good advice and other services at a cheaper rate than what could be found somewhere else.

Use of the internet brought another unforeseen benefit: consumers interested in these hotline services can now look at profile pictures of the providers and get a better idea of who they’ll be speaking with. This gives the user a better connection with the person and allows them to form a stronger and more personal relationship.

Mary Duncan, an expert from PrestoExperts, offers health and medicine advice. She has a PhD in counseling, a Master of Science degree in educational psychology, and a Bachelor of Science degree in English and secondary education. She is very qualified to offer advice! With 4.98 stars out of 5 and over four thousand reviews, other people seem to think so too. On, a member named Darla1951 offers a review on a recent psychic reading she had. At 5 stars, she seems very pleased. She said “Matthew gave me answers before I asked the question! His talents are incredible!”

Additionally, these services can be discreetly billed. Part of the popularity of these pay per minute phone services were a result of the love or dating hotlines and phone sex services. These services have casually transitioned to the online marketplace, switching from the 1-900 numbers to billing via credit cards. Some services, such as and Niteflirt even allow their users to initiate a call online, which allows for more discretion for the user.

High Cell Phone Bill

You got Crammed! What are those Mysterious Phone Bill Charges

Sound a little odd, no? Seriously, get your head out of the gutter. If you have been noticing a few oddities here and there when it comes to your phone bill, then someone could be doing more than just sniffing around. Generally, phone cramming involves someone placing a charge on your phone tab for a call/service you did not make or authorize. The fraud can be carried out on both home phones or mobile types. At times, the charges are so minuscule that they can be overlooked or ignored as a minor accounting error, sometimes they can be substantial.

How did we get here?

Man fainting after seeing cell phone charges In 1982, AT&T agreed that it would cease controlling the Bell System. This opened up the market for a wide number of vendors, which in turn weakened regulatory capacities across the board. Instead of having one vendor for both short and long distance calls, subscribers had to migrate to a new system that differentiated the two and allotted different points of purchase of service. In doing this, the industry opened up a chasm for unscrupulous vendors to insert charges in bills that did not exist. The problem was so widespread that by 2007,cramming was the 4th most prevalent complaint among consumers of goods and services in the USA. Apparently, it became the perfect scam because only one in 20 people can see what is coming before it gets too late. And those who notice it simply dismiss the anomaly because ‘it is just a few cents, after all’. For a long time, this crime was perpetuated by use of premium rate or 1-900 numbers because the billing was horribly complex and third-party companies could bill at rates that bounced from minute to the next. Since the scraping of these numbers, the fraud has moved on to smarter, less conspicuous ways.

But why?

When the Bell Group of companies splintered, plenty of third parties decided to offer telephone services, with AT&T deciding to specialize in international calls. As such, some of those who entered the market were not exactly looking for an honest buck; they wanted a quick ground game in the face of cut-throat competition. In a nutshell, the whole import behind phone cramming is to charge more and make a little extra over what a legitimate phone bill would bring in. Today, 20 million US residents are crammed every year, and the charged are hidden within simple names as hotline charges or even chat line services.

As indicated earlier, it turns out that only 5% of victims of cramming actually know that entries have been falsified in their bills. This happens because crammers have been doing this for decades now and have become really good at it. Basically, a billing company places small charges under the ‘miscellaneous’ section of your telephone bill. Usually, the charge is so small that you are tempted to overlook it or think that maybe you did actually access the services indicated and then forgot about it. Charges will be inflated by anything from cents to the golden cramming figure, $1.99. You can identify this type of thing by looking at the specific entries made in the miscellaneous section. If you see something put down as ‘texts’, ‘horoscopes’, ‘gossip’, ‘ringtones’, ‘love messages’, ‘service charges’, ‘voice mail’ or even ‘calling plan’, then your radar needs to immediately go up.

Real Life cases of Phone Cramming

In 2012, the Federal Trade Commission took issue with T-Mobile US where the service provider was accused allowing vendors to charge millions of dollars for services clients had not asked for. In the end, the service was ordered to pay over $90 million in refunds to disgruntled consumers.

In 2015, Verizon and Sprint were ordered to pay an mount in the region of $158 million for allowing third party billing companies to insert charges that did not exist into the bills of thousands of subscribers. A large portion of this money ($120M) went directly towards refunds to consumers.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that AT&T had agreed to pay its consumers back a total of $7.8 million in yet another cramming case.

Disputing Unauthorized Charges

You will need to take a keen look at your statements at the end of every month in order to isolate cases of cramming where they exist. Should you notice any glitch, reach out to your phone company and have them explain the basis for the charges. If the matter is settled, inform your service provider that you do not want to be tied to a third party anymore and see if they can bill you directly. If the issue is not resolved, simply file a complaint with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). In addition, always look out for telephone services labeled as ‘free’ because most of the time, people end up subscribing for ‘free’ services, only to get billed for them at the end of the month.

The Government’s Position

Laws that look to nip this practice in the bud have been around for some time now, but the most stringent measures were introduced when the Senate Commerce Committee sat down in 2013. Previously, liability was placed at the feet of the service provider, and the third party players responsible for this sort of mayhem were basically just given a slap on the wrist, although punishment could be effected by the companies they worked under(that is, the service provider at the top of the line).

Here is a look at the measures adopted by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) after the senate hearings:

Separation of bills

Phone companies are now required by the law to separate the bills they charge directly from the ones inserted into statements by third-party vendors.

Notifications for consumers

The FCC requires that phone companies alert users of third party services and give everyone the chance to block any services they do not need. There is also a requirement for FCC contact data to be placed on every statement and online notification. The commission also continues to exact harsh penalties on those caught in the practice.

Where to seek help for phone cramming
You state’s Attorney General’s office

Key Takeaways

  • Phone cramming did not die with 1-900 numbers
  • 20 million USA residents fall victim every year
  • Only 5% of victims can actually identify instances of voice cramming
  • FCC, FTC and congress have sought to address this concern