Monica S. Lewinsky's mother, Marcia Lewis, returned today to the courthouse where a federal grand jury is investigating the White House sex scandal for a closed hearing before the supervising judge.
Ms. Lewis, who was emotionally drained and distraught after a two-day visit with the grand jury last month, went before U.S. District Judge Norma Holloway Johnson.
The purpose of the hearing was not known, but Judge Johnson temporarily excused Ms. Lewis from further testimony last month because of her emotional state.
On her way to the courtroom today, Ms. Lewis slipped and fell in a hallway but appeared unhurt. She was quickly helped back on her feet by Billy Martin, her attorney.