A former White House aide says another former worker, who has been subpoenaed in the Paula Jones sex harassment case, told her that President Clinton made sexual advances toward her in the White House, Newsweek reported. Jones' lawyers subpoenaed the former worker, Kathleen E. Willey. The president's attorney, Robert Bennett, denied the claim. Newsweek reported that Linda Tripp, a former executive assistant in the counsel's office, said Willey told her Clinton had kissed and fondled her in November 1993. Tripp told the magazine Willey was not upset and it was not sexual harassment. Willey said through her lawyers that she will fight the order.