Friday, August 7, 1998 Published at 19:51 GMT 20:51 UK
Lewinsky's 'private' hearing ends
Monica Lewinsky leaves the courthouse.
Monica Lewinsky is said to have finished the bulk of her testimony before the Grand Jury and is not expected to be called back immediately.
Although it was a private hearing, details of what she is believed to have said emerged in the American media on Friday.
According to the New York Times, Miss Lewinsky gave details of "several sexual encounters" with Clinton in a small private study down a short hallway from the Oval Office.
She also told the panel that she and the president discussed ways to hide their affair, the New York Times said, citing "a lawyer familiar with her account".
According to the Los Angeles Times, sources familiar with her testimony said Lewinsky told the Grand Jury that she engaged in sexual intimacies with Clinton more than a dozen times over an 18-month period.
CNN quoted sources saying he had made no direct efforts to get Miss Lewinsky to lie.
Meanwhile CBS television reported that special prosecutor Kenneth Starr may have heard all he needs from Miss Lewinsky, although sources said he reserved the right to call her back.
The BBC Washington correspondent, Paul Reynolds, says that lawyers representing witnesses are allowed to brief on evidence and they do so to selected organisations.
They also share information among themselves and leaks occur in that network as well.
The prosecutor's office was caught recently briefing reporters in advance of testimony to get round the prohibition on them revealing the secrets of the Grand Jury room.