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Playboy Model Suing Over Nudity

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elliot-wolf - February 19, 2018

I’m not sure if women know exactly what they want. To women like Aly Raisman taking your clothes off for a magazine that doesn’t specifically focus on nudity is empowering. To other women who take their clothes off for a publication whose entire reason for existing is mainly nudity may find bare bottoms to be appalling. Go figure. A model is making such a fuss over her lack of clothes in Playboy magazine that she has decided to file a lawsuit. She wishes to remain unnamed but then claims she was featured on the cover of Playboy Romania May 2016. Even if your investigative skills were at the level of a Reno 911 cop you would be able to figure out the lady in question is Marina Pamo.

Playboy had the nerve to publish a model's nude photo on its cover after promising a bunch of times it wouldn't ... so claims a former Playmate model in a new lawsuit.

The model, filing the suit as Jane Doe, says she always wanted to appear in Playboy, but resisted because she'd never do it nude. But that all changed, she says, after Playboy, in 2015, announced it would no longer publish nude pics.

Maybe the exposed nipples in question weren’t her nipples. With Photoshop anything is possible. If magazine covers can make Sarah Silverman look somewhat bangable with a bunch of filters and edits then it’s not unlikely that there were stunt double body parts possibly involved and Playboy sort of kept their promise. I’m willing to bet the same woman who accidentally exposes her identity doesn’t read the fine print of any contract she signs.

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