Sunday 22 October 2017

Watch the Birdie! Bill Clinton photographed with porn stars in Monte Carlo

Bill Clinton posed with pornographic actress Brooklyn Lee (right) and her colleague Tasha Reign
Bill Clinton posed with pornographic actress Brooklyn Lee (right) and her colleague Tasha Reign
Brooklyn Lee is the 22-year-old reigning 'best new starlet' at the porn industry's AVN awards. Photo: Getty Images
Porn actress Tasha Reign who was also photographed with the former president. Photo: Getty Images
Hosted by Bill Clinton (right), the night was attended by actress Gwyneth Paltrow (left)

Independent.ie reporters

BILL Clinton is not having a good week. After the fiasco of his fundraiser event, the former President was then unwittingly photographed with a pair of porn actresses in Monte Carlo.

Clinton was attending ‘Nights in Monaco’, a gala benefit held at the city’s Hotel de Paris and attended by a range of A and Z list celebrities on Wednesday night.



The former US president posed with Brooklyn Lee, her colleague Tasha Reign, and their friend Jennifer Taule, at the casino in Monte Carlo.



Ms Lee, is the 22-year-old reigning ‘best new starlet’ at the industry’s AVN awards, and also holder of the ‘best sex scene trophy’ for her work.



The adult movie actress told one interviewer why she loves her job: “I get to travel the world, and have sex with beautiful people! Why stop now when I’m having so much fun?”





According to TMZ website, the former US president ordered his secret service men to call the girls over for the photo, after they had been brushed off during an earlier approach.



The girls called into a radio station to say that Clinton was "really sweet."



Meanwhile, angry guests who paid up to €1200 to attend an exclusive event hosted by Clinton and dubbed the “worst party ever”, should receive refunds, one of the co-hosts has said.



The Clinton Foundation Millennium Network fund-raising event, held on Tuesday night in central London, was a “total shambles”, according to the Reuben Foundation.



Foundation officials were “frankly embarrassed” to be linked to “such a poorly run” event, which had been organised to “encourage the next generation to address global challenges”.



They added that guests should receive refunds to the event, in which a standard ticket cost between €150 and up to €1200 for those who wanted to meet the politician.



Over the past few days, the foundation had been “inundated” by angry guests “venting their frustration” at the chaotic event, held at the Old Vic Tunnels in Waterloo.

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