Gennifer Flowers, the woman who in 1992 claimed she'd had a longterm affair with Bill Clinton when he was a Presidential candidate, said in a recent TV interview that he contacted her as recently as 2005.
Flowers had an interview with ABC's New Orleans' affiliate WGNO this week to discuss about David Petraeus' scandal but ended talking about the alleged incident in 2005.
"When was the last time you talked to him?" WGNO's Susan Roesgen asked her referring to former President Clinton.
"I talked with him actually after I got a divorce," she replied.
"I was at home by myself, and the phone rings, it said unavailable, and I picked up the phone and it was him. And he wanted to come by my house and talk to me," Flowers continued.
"I said, No, you can't come over here, no way. I said you can't come over my house. And he said, oh yeah I'll put on a hoodie and I'll jog up there. He used to do that. I said no, no.... "No, I want you to leave me alone. And that was it. That would have been 2005."
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Earlier in the interview, Flowers said that because of her Clinton became a "household name."
"We had had that discussion, where he said my problem right now is, no one knows who I am, I need that name recognition," Flowers told Roesgen. "He went on to talk about the other candidates and the advantages they had. When my story came out, he was a household name. I really thought that coming out and telling the truth would set me free, but it didn't."
When Flowers came forward with her story in 1992, Clinton denied it but later he admitted to having sex with her only once in 1977.
She wrote a book about the affiar titled "Gennifer Flowers: Passion and Betrayal," which hit stands in 1995.
On Petraeus' scandal, the model and actress said :
"I'd say good luck. Baby, you better buck it up because it's going to be one heck of a bull ride," Flowers said, adding, "What would I tell Paula? She needs to go buy my book. Call me, Paula. I'll give you some really good advice. I mean, I have the benefit of 20-20 hindsight at this point."
In the interview on Nov. 26, Flowers said she is planning a new reality show based on the "Real Housewives" franchise.
Watch the interview below: