Linda Tripp Net Worth

Linda Tripp is an American Civil Servants. Linda Tripp Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $1 Million. Explore more about Linda Tripp‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her

Linda Tripp Full name Linda Rose Carotenuto. Her nick Name was Linda Tripp. Linda Tripp now 70 Years old .

Linda Tripp Father Albert  Carotenuto and Her Mother Inge.

Linda Tripp Spouse  was  Bruce Tripp, Dieter Rausch .

She was born in 24 November 1949  in Jersey City, New Jersey, United states of America and she died on 8 April 2020.

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After graduation, Tripp enrolled in a secretarial school. She married Bruce Tripp (very first boyfriend) in 1971, who was an Army training officer. In 1987, Tripp worked as a secretary in Army Intelligence based in Fort Meade, Maryland with her husband. Tripp began to work in Washington, D.C. after they separated in 1990.

From 1990 to 1994, Tripp worked as a White House adviser for President Bush and later for Clinton. From 1994 to 2001, he worked at the Pentagon’s Office of Public Affairs.


It was in the Pentagon office, where Tripp met Monica Lewinsky, a young intern. The pair managed to build up quite a close rapport and a friendship. Tripp was 24 years older than Monica so Monica saw her like an older sister that she would really confide in.

Their friendship went on for approximately a year and a half. Once you see someone every day for that long, you begin to get to know them, and most probably, you begin to trust them. At some point between the two women’s acquaintanceship, Monica confided in Tripp regarding her affair with President Bill Clinton.


In 1998, Tripp taped conversations between herself and Lewinsky in which Lewinsky detailed her sexual relationship with Clinton. Tripp then turned the tapes over to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, who was investigating Clinton for possible impeachment. The tapes were released to the public and played a key role in Clinton’s impeachment trial.

Tripp did not regret her actions. In other words, she claimed that she did this in a nutshell for the sake of ‘moral America’. Due to the controversy that she got herself involved in, Tripp was unfortunately fired from the Pentagon in 2001, at the end day of Clinton’s administration.

Tripp classed this as unfair dismissal. She then sued the US Department of Defense and the US Department of Justice for releasing her privacy to the media. Finally, she received $595,000 from the federal government as a settlement.