“Sometimes, after making-love, we snuggled and indulged in pillow-talk,” writes Miller in her upcoming book, “The Beauty Queen: Let no good deed go unpublished.”
“Bill and I seemed to cover every topic imaginable, from childhood fears, sexual turn-ons and old loves, to our impressions of various people, life’s every-day challenges, and our longtime wish lists,” Miller writes. “I was intrigued when Bill talked about his mother and
the impact she had on his sexual fantasies.”
In an excerpt from the book highlighting the disgraced Commander in Chief’s kinky exploits, Miller expounds on Bill’s cross-dressing habits and the sense of power it instilled on him.
He talked about his mother coming home from work or a date, still wearing her high-heeled, ankle-strap shoes. He described his mother unhooking her garter belt, then sitting down and putting her feet on the bed. That’s when she motioned Bill to remove her shoes, her nylon stockings, and start rubbing her feet.
Bill laughed about getting an erection each time he rubbed his mother’s feet, ankles, and legs. Bill confessed that sometimes, when he was younger and his mother wasn’t around, he would put his feet in her shoes and practice walking, swinging his hips, like her.
It was a turn-on and made him feel powerful.
Miller has previously spoken out against Hillary Clinton’s latest run for the presidency in Facebook posts, elaborating on her fears the Clinton dynasty may attempt to silence her by staging a fake suicide attempt.
“In this election year, if you read I died….by committing suicide….don’t believe it,” Miller told friends on Facebook.
The former beauty queen told The Daily Mail earlier this year she believes she’s being stalked and that she now sleeps with a loaded semi-automatic near her bed.