New York, June 12 : A former Bill Clinton employee has taken a shot at the poor state of security in White House during the former US president's tenure in a play depicting his life of politics and heroin use.
Mike Evans has claimed in his forthcoming play - "Sex, Drugs, Clinton and Me" - that he faked his way into White House employment time after time, thanks to the negligent security staff.
According to Evans, he first attached himself to Clinton's '92 campaign in Little Rock, Ark.
Shortly after working in the White House mailroom, he claims he stole a security pass to get higher levels of clearance.
Moreover, he says that he worked at one point for First Lady Hillary Clinton, in spite of having accidentally knocked over the wife of Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown.
The 45-year-old claims that he was sacked repeatedly, once for stealing 50 commemorative inauguration invitations, but was always rehired, because the security didn't keep proper accounts.
"No one kept any records about who volunteered. I wasn't changing my name. I just kept reapplying," the New York Daily News quoted him, as saying.
Evans further revealed that he also made a call to his drug dealer from the White House phone to order marijuana.
"Sex, Drugs, Clinton and Me" is set to open on June 16 at Manhattan's Theater 3.