Sally Miller had an affair with Bill Clinton in 1983 when he was governor of Arkansas.
His bedside manner involved slipping into her frilly black nightgown and dancing around the bedroom, serenading her with his saxophone, smoking marijuana cigarettes, and snorting white powder produced from a lady’s make-up compact that he carried on his person.
He was also partial to divulging potentially damaging secrets about his wife Hillary, who was then a lawyer yet to demonstrate overt political ambition.
Describing Hillary as “a lesbian,” Miller says she fears for her life because she is convinced that Hillary is behind a plot to silence her ahead of the November election — a campaign that began in 1992 when Miller first revealed her affair with Bill.
Miller says she has been stalked, spied upon and plagued by anonymous phone calls since word of her memoir leaked out.
Miller sleeps with a loaded semi-automatic within arm’s reach and rarely leaves home without her four-year-old Australian Shepherd, Cubby Bear.
On social media, Miller posted a warning that if she dies by “suicide” no-one should believe it.
“She [Hillary Clinton] doesn’t care what I say about Bill, that’s old news. But I think she wonders what Bill told me. I think she wonders how much I know about her that came from Bill.
With the election coming up she can’t afford any sort of loose end. She’s the closest thing you can imagine to Al Capone. I don’t think she is going to rest until she puts me to rest.”
“Do I make it a point to have affairs with married men, no.
But most everyone in Arkansas assumed that their marriage was a business arrangement. Bill never sounded like he was in love or locked into a loyal arrangement.”