Jones, who is played by Annaleigh Ashford in the FX drama, sued former president Bill Clinton in 1994 for sexual harassing her while he was Arkansas governor. Her case -- alongside the affair between Clinton and Monica Lewinsky -- would lead to his 1998 impeachment trial.
"I find it funny that Monica can have a relationship in the Oval Office, under the Oval desk, yet ... people want to hear her story," she continued. "It makes no sense to me. I have always been shunned and made fun of."
Last week, Ashford talked about playing Jones for "ACS: Impeachment," saying she wanted to avoid the exact thing the real-life Jones was now calling out.
"You don't want to do an impression of the person, but you do want to give their essence," she told Vanity Fair. "So I tried to really pick and choose things about her physicality, things about her vocal timbre and also dialect."
"You're always afraid of making them a caricature because sometimes in real life they feel a little bit larger than life, and she is one of those people," Ashford explained.