How Are They Now?: Scandalous Women

Donna Rice, Gennifer Flowers, Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones
Find out how Paula Jones, Donna Rice, and other women who were touched by presidential scandal are doing today.

Donna Rice was photographed sitting on the lap of married presidential candidate Gary Hart in 1987. One week later, the scandal caused Hart to withdraw from the presidential race. Rice refused offers to write a tell-all, but did appear in ads for No Excuses jeans. After a flurry of attention, she dropped out of sight.

In 1994, Rice began crusading against illegal pornography on the Internet. "I'm very happy with my life today," she says. She serves as president of Enough is Enough, a national non-profit organization, and enjoys her role as a wife and stepmother.

In 1995, Rice published the book, Kids Online: Protecting Your Kids in Cyberspace. In 1999, she was appointed by Congress to the Child Online Protection Commission.

Gennifer Flowers, who made headlines by claiming she had a long-term affair with Bill Clinton while he was governor of Arkansas, now owns and runs her own night club in New Orleans.

Monica Lewinsky, America's most famous intern, published her autobiography, My Story in 1999. She currently lives in New York City and attends classes at Columbia University.

In 1994, Paula Jones sued President Clinton for sexual harassment over an incident that occurred in his hotel room 1991. In 1998, Clinton reached an out-of-court settlement with Jones, agreeing to pay her $850,000 to drop the lawsuit.

Jones now sees herself as a role model because she "didn't back down from her story" in spite of efforts to discredit her.

When asked how she is doing now, she says, "My days are filled with kids. I take care of my children and am busy being a wife and mom. I love it. I didn't go into [the lawsuit] expecting all of the publicity that I got...Monica [Lewinsky] gave me credibility. I survived it. I stood up and did something right. You need to stand up for yourself, speak out, and you will survive."

Since the scandal, Jones has posed in Penthouse and got in the boxing ring with Tonya Harding for an episode of Celebrity Boxing.

"Would you do that again?" Dr. Phil asks.

Jones laughs and says, "No!"