By Alyssa Goldman, EnStarz | Sep 21, 2012 11:38 AM EDT
Sources close to Monica Lewinsky say The National Enquirer's claims that the infamous White House intern has written a tell-all memoir exposing never-before-heard details of her affair with former President Bill Clinton and the love letters she sent him, are false.
According to her friends, the 39-year-old does not wish to relive the controversy or the media storm.
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"Several publishers would love her to tell all, but she has no intention of doing so," a friend of Lewinsky's told The Huffington Post. "She has been through enough already and all this happened 14 years ago. She has put it behind her and moved on with her life."
Does Lewinsky really have anything new to share?
In 1999, Lewinsky sat down with Barbara Walter and 70 million Americans tuned in, setting a new record for a news show. She also participated in Andrew Morton's book "Monica's Story," telling her side of the story of her affair with the former president. For her contribution, she reportedly made more than $1 million, according to The Huffington Post. It was reported that she made more than $1 million from her participation.
"She has nothing new to add to this painful chapter in her life," another friend of Lewinsky said. "It's time we all moved on."
Other "close pals" told The National Enquirer that Lewinsky is shopping around a $12 million tell-all memoir, which will include her explicit love letters to Clinton.
"Monica wrote the letters on her computer," a source told the National Enquirer, according to RadarOnline. "In them, she opened her heart about her love for Bill and how much happier she could make him than Hillary. Some of what she wrote was so raw that she never sent them."
According to The National Enquirer, Lewinsky wants to seek revenge on the man she once loved. The explosive affair essentially ruined her life -- she can't keep a relationship and has had trouble finding employment -- while Clinton came out nearly unscathed.
"Monica has tried to move forward, but the nightmare of her affair with Bill still haunts her," a close pal told the tabloid. "She's facing 40 without a man in her life, and seething about the way her reputation was destroyed as the whole world watched."
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