Densuk's Grand Jury Appearance Delayed
WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, March 16) -- Sherrie Densuk, the latest woman to step forward in the Monica Lewinsky controversy, apparently will not appear before the grand jury Tuesday as scheduled.
Sources say Densuk is "too rattled" by all the attention given
her appearance to testify at this time.
Densuk's name surfaced last week, but it still is unclear what she may tell the grand jury. Her attorney, Keith Watters, said she will give testimony that "won't be good for President Clinton." But Watters said Densuk, 24, will not allege that she had a relationship with Clinton.
"There is a big story here," Watters said.
The grand jury is looking into reports Clinton had a sexual relationship with Lewinsky, a former White House intern, and encouraged her to lie about it under oath. Clinton has denied both accusations.