You know political season is approaching when dirt is thrown at politicians. One such political dirt is the claim by Gennifer Flowers, an alleged mistress of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, that wife Hillary is a bisexual.
Page Six quoted a Daily Mail interview of Ms Flowers that the information about Ms Clinton's sexuality came from the former president himself. Ms Clinton is considering another run for the presidency in the 2016 federal election in the U.S.
She attempted to be the official Democrat candidate in 2008, but lost to Barack Obama who appointed her instead State Secretary.
Citing Mr Clinton as the source of the information, Ms Flowers said, "It obviously worked for them but I've never considered theirs a traditional marriage ... I just know what Bill told me and that was that he was aware that Hillary was bisexual and he didn't care."
Despite Ms Clinton's alleged bisexuality, Ms Flowers said she would still support the former state secretary and first lady is she run for the presidency.
"The support I would give Hillary is as a woman. I'm one of those women who in so many aspects of my professional and personal life I've been out there making strides for women and allowing them to go down roads in which they were not welcome," Ms Flowers said.
Ms Flowers disclosed that Bill was the love of her life and vice-versa, but the birth of Mr Clinton's daughter with Hillary, Chelsea, complicated their alleged 12-year affair. When he allegedly contacted her in 2005 to share the information, they had no contact for 15 years, she said.
Ms Flowers was featured in Penthouse magazine in 1992 after she claimed at the height of the presidential election that she had an affair with Mr Clinton and played tapes of recordings of her conversation with him as proof.
She will soon have a column in the Web site The Guccione Collection aptly titled Ask Mistress Gennifer.
Ms Flowers was a one-time news reporter in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1992 and also an actress and model.