“Most of it was inaccurate. It was almost cartoonish-y,” the Bill Clinton scandal figure told Inside Edition. She was particularly bothered by the show’s suggestion that she and her husband asked for a movie or TV deal in return for dropping the allegation that Clinton propositioned her and exposed his penis in 1991, when he was governor of Arkansas. “That is so far from the truth,” she said. Jones is upset that producers didn't reach out to her. “How can they portray somebody accurately if they don’t even call them?” she asked. ALSO: Annaleigh Ashford, who plays Paula Jones, wonders whether we would treat Monica Lewinsky differently today.