Did Paula Jones Have A Nose Job? Her Surgery And Net Worth Details

Did Paula Jones Have A Nose Job? Yes, American civil servant Paula Jones recently got a nose job. Scroll down to learn more about Paula in this article.

New York Post and Daily News reported that Mrs. Jones was seen leaving Loeb’s office with her nose heavily bandaged on Saturday.

Paula is a former Arkansas state employee who has a net worth of $700 thousand. She is best known for suing U.S. President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment.

Learn about Paula Jones Nose Job And Rhinoplasty Details

Two New York newspapers reported that the woman who sued President Clinton for sexual harassment Paula Jones underwent rhinoplasty at the Park Avenue office of plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Loeb.

At Clinton’s deposition in her now-dismissed lawsuit on Jan. 17, Jones appeared with a new hairstyle and wardrobe.

Jones, who is 31 years old, has stated that she intends to appeal the ruling.

The New York Post and the Daily News reported that Jones was seen leaving Loeb’s office with her nose heavily bandaged; the healing process is expected to take three weeks.

Paula Jones Surgery

Paula Jones Surgery cost was about $9000 and who paid for the $9,000 nose job is still unclear to the public.

Her husband, Stephen Jones, was laid off as an airline ticket agent last year and is now a stay-at-home mom in Long Beach.

According to John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute of Virginia, her legal defense fund could not be used to pay for the surgery. This conservative think tank has covered some of Jones’s legal costs.

As he explained, “It would have to be connected to litigation in some way.” Citing anonymous sources, the Post reported that the money came from a mysterious donor.

Find Paula Jones Net Worth

As a former state employee, Paula Jones is worth $700,000.

She was born in September 1966 in Lonoke, Arkansas. She is best known for suing former President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment; she has a long and distinguished career.

Jones endorsed Donald Trump for the 2016 United States presidential election in February 2016.

Also, she attended a Trump rally in Little Rock and asked for a selfie with the president-elect in 2016.