Monica Lewinsky, the woman at the centre of the scandal that nearly toppled US President Bill Clinton, is looking for work in London after getting her master's degree, her publicist said.
"She's job hunting," Lewinsky's publicist Barbara Hutson said on Tuesday. Asked how long Lewinsky planned to stay in Britain, Hutson replied, "a while."
Lewinsky, 33, graduated from the London School of Economics last month.
Hutson refused to go into further detail or to specify in which discipline Lewinsky had earned her degree.
"She's not doing any press," Hutson said.
In 1998, the US House of Representatives impeached Clinton on charges of lying to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice to conceal his affair with Lewinsky. Although he was acquitted in a Senate trial, Clinton was branded as the second US president impeached for conduct in office.