Paula Jones Net Worth (June, 2023): Salary, House, Age, Height, Biography

Paula Jones Net Worth: $1 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$1 Million (approx.)
Date of Birth:Sep 17, 1966
Gender:55 years
Height:5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)
Profession:Civil servant
Nationality:United States of America

Paula Jones Net Worth is around $1 million. Paula Jones is a former Arkansas state employee in America. Paula Jones sued then United States President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment in 1994.

Paula Jones Net Worth
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The case eventually reached the United States Supreme Court on May 27, 1997. The case was later settled by a federal appeals court on November 13, 1998.

How much rich is Paula Jones?

Paula Jones net worth is earned mostly through her service as the state employee of Arkansas. In 1999, Paula Jones joined the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission (AIDC).  As an employee of AIDC under the Economic Development Commission, Paula Jones earns an annual salary of $90,000.

Paula Jones Biography:

BornPaula Rosalee Corbin
September 17, 1966 (age 55)
Lonoke, Arkansas, U.S.
OccupationCivil servant
Years active1991–present
Known forJones v. Clinton
Spouse(s)Steve Jones​​(m. 1991; div. 1999)​
Steven Mark McFadden​​(m. 2001)​
Parent(s)Bobby Gene Corbin
Delmar Lee Corbin

Paula Jones was born in the 2nd most populous city — Lonoke, Arkansas, on 17 September 1966. Paula grew up in the Church of the Nazarene and was a daughter of a minister in the congregation.

Paula Jones briefly attended a secretarial school in Little Rock, Arkansas.Paula Jones worked a number of jobs before joining the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission (AIDC) in March 1991.

Paula Jones Biography
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Paula Jones & Bill Clinton Controversy:

Paula Jones alleged that, on May 8, 1991, while working on official business in her capacity as a state employee of the AIDC, she attended the Annual Governor’s Quality Conference at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock.

Paula Jones claimed that she was escorted to Clinton’s room in the Excelsior Hotel in 1991 and he propositioned himself and exposed himself to her. Paula claimed she kept quiet about the incident until 1994, when a David Brock story in The American Spectator magazine printed an account.

Paula Jones filed a sexual harassment suit against Clinton on May 6, 1994, two days before the expiration of the 3-year statute of limitations, and sought $750,000 in damages. Paula Jones lawsuit was eventually dismissed although Bill Clinton agreed to an out-of-court settlement by paying Paula Jones $850,000 for her agreement to drop the appeal.

Robert S. Bennett, Clinton’s attorney, still maintained that Jones’s claim was baseless and that Clinton only settled to end the lawsuit and move on. In March 1999, Judge Wright ruled that Jones would get only $200,000 from the settlement and that the rest of the money would pay for her legal expenses.

Before the end of the entire litigation, Paula Jones marriage was broken. Paula Jones also appeared in the news media to show the results of a makeover and rhinoplasty paid for by a donor.

Jones’ case has been linked to the Monica Lewinsky case and helped lead to Bill Clinton impeachment by the House of Representatives in 1998. Paula Jones went on to be a reality television personality and centerfold.

In December 1994, federal judge Peter K. Leisure ordered Penthouse magazine not to distribute semi-nude photographs of Jones that had been taken by her ex-boyfriend Mike Turner.

Jones’s lawyers decided to convince the court a pattern of behavior by Bill Clinton that involved his allegedly repeated sexual involvement with state or government employees. Paula Jones’s lawyers therefore subpoenaed women they suspected Clinton had had affairs with, including Arkansas Appeal Tribunal employee Gennifer Flowers as well as Monica Lewinsky.

In his deposition for the Jones lawsuit, Bill Clinton denied having “sexual relations” with Monica Lewinsky. Based on testimony provided by Linda Tripp, which identified the existence of a blue dress with Clinton’s semen on it, Kenneth Starr concluded that Clinton’s sworn testimony was false and perjurious.

Later, at the Starr Grand Jury, Clinton stated that he believed the definition of sexual relations agreed upon for the Jones deposition excluded his receiving oral sex.

It was upon the basis of this statement that the perjury charges in his impeachment were drawn up. The House of Representatives voted to impeach Bill Clinton on December 19, 1998, on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice and sent the case to the Senate for trial.

But despite Republican control of the Senate, Republicans were unable to have the required two-thirds majority to convict him or even a simple majority. Fifty Senators, all Republicans, voted guilty on the obstruction charge and 45 senators voted guilty on the perjury charge. Thus, Bill Clinton was found not guilty of either charge.

Paula Jones Husband, Childrens:

Paula Jones has been married to Steven McFadden since 2001. Steven is her second husband. Paula was first married to Steven Jones, whom she met while living in Little Rock. Paula Jones separated with Stephen by a divorce in 1999.

]Paula Jones had posed for photos illustrating an article, “The Perils of Paula Jones”, in the December 2000 issue, citing the pressures of a large tax bill and two young sons to support.

Paula Jones Political Views:

In February 2016, Paula Jones endorsed Donald Trump for the 2016 United States presidential election. Paula Jones attended a rally for Trump held in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she asked for a selfie with him.

In October 2016, Paula Jones joined Trump for a press conference before the second 2016 Presidential Debate to air grievances against Hillary and Bill Clinton. The conference also included Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey, who had also accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct.