The former 'Three's Company' co-star testified Wednesday at a non-jury trial over Penthouse's request to republish portions of an explicit picture layout that appeared in a March edition under the name Joanne Whitty. Penthouse attorney Norman Roy Grutman argued that Barnes, 29, signed a legal release allowing the magazine to reprint the photographs, which he described as 'the most gorgeous, erotic' pictures he has ever seen. The photos, taken when Barnes was 20, show the actress, 'from her toenails to the hair on her head,' Grutman said. She appears alone in all of the pictures.
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The supermodel isn't afraid to bare it all -- even at 63 years old! The year-old star, who has appeared on the front of more than magazines three of which were her back-to-back-to-back Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue covers is experiencing a career resurgence, continuing to model with and without her clothes. She also seems to be aging in reverse. In the rest of the shoot, Brinkley kept herself a bit more covered up, but still showed off her killer body in high-rise bodysuit, a sequin cutout gown, a classic white one piece and more. If I had large ears, I would have flapped them back at her [but] we clapped our car doors to show that we meant business too!
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Now, more than a decade later, Jenner landed a Playboy cover of her own — and she stripped down for it wth boyfriend Travis Scott, 28, by her side. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star embraces the rapper in the sensual photo as she poses completely nude with only a cowboy hat worn on her head. Meanwhile, Scott stands shirtless wearing only a pair of jeans with his diamond necklace and watch. The beauty entrepreneur stars on the cover, which is shot by her longtime personal photographer Sasha Samsanova and creative directed by Scott himself. Jenner and Scott share a daughter, Stormi Webster, 19 months, whom they welcomed on Feb.
In October , after losing millions of readers to easily available Internet pornography, Playboy announced that it would be doing away with nudity in favor of partially clothed, raw intimacy. Not a bad idea considering that web traffic to Playboy's site jumped from about 4 million to 16 million when it removed nudity last year. Still, though, the announcement has some mourning the loss of an iconic cultural cornerstone. Despite its raciness and the controversy that occasionally surrounded it, countless celebrities posed for the groundbreaking adult magazine as a sort of Hollywood rite of passage. This Madonna cover is just one of the most famous.