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Roger Ailes has even felt compelled to address the cheating allegation…
While a self-aggrandizing statement, the woman who says she was involved in a ten-month affair with Fox News senior White House correspondent Ed Henry compares herself to Monica Lewinsky in all the attention she’s getting.
At least, that’s what a source claims Natalia Lima said, the Daily Mail reported.
“I’m just like Monica Lewinsky,” Lima allegedly said Friday at a Las Vegas strip club where she works, according to the Mail.
Never mind that her comment would equate Henry to Bill Clinton.
Lima, who also goes by Natalia Albrandt and sometimes uses the stage name Evita, reportedly works at Sapphire Las Vegas, a strip club popular with celebrities, including rapper 50 Cent and boxers Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson, according to the Mail.
Furthermore, the British tabloid reported that she “performed steamy $2,000-an-hour routines for Henry in a private VIP ‘Skybox'” at the club — according to the same unidentified source, that is where she met the Fox News correspondent.
“Natalia and Ed met in Sapphires and they went to the Skybox, I believe the relationship started in 2015 but I can’t be sure,” the individual said.
With more titillating details of the alleged extra-marital affair being exposed — Henry’s married to NPR’s deputy Washington editor Shirley Hung — Fox News chief Roger Ailes said in a statement this week that it “raises serious questions about Ed’s lack of judgement.”
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