Monica Lewinsky Offered $3 Million to NOT Release Tell-All, Become Sugardaddie.com Spokesperson
Sugardaddie.com, the worlds first and largest sugar daddy dating website, is offering Monica Lewinsky $3 million to become its official spokesperson. The offer hinges on Ms. Lewinsky not accepting a reported $12 million book deal for a detailed tell-all about her relationship with former president Bill Clinton.
New York City, New York (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Sugardaddie.com, the first and largest dating site for sugar daddies and sugar babies, is offering Monica Lewinsky $3 million to become their first sugar baby spokesperson. Website officials say that in order for the offer to stand, Ms. Lewinsky must not release a tell-all book about her relationship with former president Bill Clinton.
Sugardaddie.com founder and CEO Steve Pasternack issued the following statement this morning:
"I applaud Monica as a savvy goal-digger, and I would defend her decision to not release a Clinton tell-all."
"In these tough economic times, Sugardaddie.com needs a spokesperson who demonstrates that being a sugar daddy or sugar baby is about self-empowerment. After reportedly shopping a book idea about her past sugar relationship with Bill and getting offers that reach $12 million without even responding to the rumors, Monica has proven that she's not just the former sugar baby of the most powerful sugar daddy in the world, but that she's truly a media mogul in her own right. If Monica agrees to our offer, we will provide her first-class travel across the US and abroad to represent our site and our 4.37 million members, who include over 1 million college students and recent graduates."
Upon agreeing to the $3 million offer, Sugardaddie.com would extend an invitation to Ms. Lewinsky to write a blog on the sites homepage to share personal tips and insight about being a Leading Sugar Lady. If she accepts the offer, Ms. Lewinsky would also be invited to exclusive mixers with wealthy bachelors from the site.
Efforts have been made to contact Ms. Lewinsky's representative in regards to a lucrative offer in the minimum amount of $3,000,000 dollars. A response has not been received at this time.
Sugardaddie.com was launched in 2002 and is the first ever dating site to connect sugar daddies with sugar babies. The site now boasts more than 4 million members worldwide. Sugardaddie.com has been featured by numerous media outlets including ABC Nightline, The Dr. Phil Show, The Huffington Post, and The New York Times.
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