Allison Tripp Biography
Allison Tripp, also known as Allison Tripp Foley is the daughter of the late Linda Tripp, a former U.S. civil servant, best known for her role in the Clinton–Lewinsky scandal in 1998.
Her mother, Linda died on April 8, 2020, at the age of 70 years from pancreatic cancer
Allison Tripp Age
Tripp’s date and year of birth have not yet been revealed. Her age is still unknown. We will provide this information as soon as it is available.
Allison Tripp Parents
Tripp is the daughter of Linda Tripp and her first husband, Bruce Tripp. Her dad was a military man. Her mother is known for her role in the Clinton–Lewinsky scandal of 1998.
Her mother’s actions in secretly recording Monica Lewinsky’s confidential phone calls about her relationship with the president caused a sensation with their links to the earlier Clinton v. Jones lawsuit.
She, however, claimed that her motives were purely patriotic, and she was able to avoid a wiretap charge in exchange for handing in the tapes. Linda Tripp also claimed that her firing from the Pentagon at the end of the Clinton administration was vindictive. The administration, however, claimed it to be a standard routine.
Her mother was married to her second husband, Dieter Rausch in 2004. The couple owned a holiday gift store in Middleburg called the Christmas Sleigh.
Allison Tripp Brother
Tripp has a brother known as Ryan Tripp. Just like his sister, Ryan’s date and year of birth have not yet been revealed.
Allison Tripp Husband
Tripp is married. However, there is no information available about the identity of her husband or his background. We will provide this information once it is available.
Allison Tripp Mother’s Death / Linda Tripp Illness and Death
Her mother, Linda Tripp died on April 8, 2020, at the age of 70 years. She died a few days after being diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer after she started complaining of stomach pains.
On April 7, 2020, revealed on Facebook that her mother was almost dying in a post that read; “My mommy is leaving this earth. I don’t know myself if I can survive this heartache. Please pray for a painless process for the strongest woman I will ever know in my entire lifetime, Linda Rausch. Dear friends and family, please direct all questions to Thomas Foley at this time. Dieter and I are both by her bedside.”