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Clarence Thomas Stars In Explosive Memoir

WOODLAND HILLS, CA - Retired Federal Judge Lillian McEwen breaks her 19-year silence about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

After Virginia Thomas left a voice mail on Anita Hill’s office phone seeking an apology, McEwen was compelled to finally speak out.

D.C. Unmasked & Undressed, the memoir of Lillian McEwen, ex-girlfriend of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, hits the shelves March 5th.

McEwen decided to publish her memoir describing her sexually active life with arguably the most conservative sitting Justice.

Her book will take you to rooms in exclusive Plato’s Retreat where they would watch others engage in sexual acts, to intimate bedroom scenes where they often engaged in group sex. D.C. Unmasked & Undressed exposes people for whom they really are, not the perceived public image.

Lillian McEwen was born, raised and educated in Washington, D.C. Her stellar legal career spans decades in the city as a prosecutor, counsel on Capitol Hill, a criminal defense attorney, a law professor, and finally as a United States federal administrative law judge.

She retired from her judgeship in 2007 and still lives in D.C. She has one adult daughter. 


STORY TAGS: Clarence Thomas , Black News, African American News, Minority News, Civil Rights News, Discrimination, Racism, Racial Equality, Bias, Equality, Afro American News

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