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Monica Lewinsky Scandal 2013: Blue Dress NOT in Auction But Lingerie, Handwritten Notes from President Clinton, Gifts for Andy Bleiler and Wife Kate Are Up For Sale [PHOTOS]
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The Monica Lewinsky scandal evidence is now being auctioned off.
According to the Daily Mail, Lewinsky's old clothes, handwritten notes, and gifts signed pictures of former President Clinton are now up for sale for thousands of dollars.
Things from her five-year affair with married former high school drama teacher Andy Bleiler are also on the sale list. He came forward when the heat of Lewinksy's affair with Clinton was being investigated.
Bleiler's ex-wife, who now goes by Kate Nason, handed over the collection of clothes and gifts that the couple got from Lewinsky over the years to an unidentified third party.
"Monica was friends with the couple, so I think she gave some of her clothes to Kathy, just to wear they may have exchanged some of the clothes," Laura Yntema, an auction manager at Nate D. Sanders, told MailOnline.
The Daily Mail reported that included in the auction are eight pieces of clothing that was "gifted to Kate Bleiler" including a sheer floor-length negligee. Lewinsky's weight has been the subject of ridicule in the past, and the clothes that she gave the Bleilers are all sizes large and extra-large.
The infamous semen-stained blue dress that played a role in the Lewinsky scandal is not a part of the auction.
There are also two autopen signed photos of Clinton, and one with him alongside Hillary, that Lewinsky sent to Bleiler.
"Dear Andy: Hillary and I want to personally extend our warmest wishes to you as you gather with your family and friends to celebrate your birthday. As you look forward to the year ahead, please accept our best wishes for good health and much happiness. Happy Birthday!" the typed note from Clinton wrote.
The items are being sold by Nate D. Sanders, who has reiceved one bid of $2,500 so far. The sale will close in three days time.
Yntema told MailOnline that the auction house expects the final sale of the lot to be anywhere between $250,000 and $500,000.
"Most of the bidding happens on the last day," she said.
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Jun 25, 2013 10:29 AM EDT