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Safe to say, I will never do it again,' she wrote with the image.

Glamorous Angelica Harte, 40, and accomplice Darren Fitzpatrick even sent a mocked-up photo to their victim showing a hand with a finger seemingly cut off.

The threat was taken seriously and police later raided a house in Neville Road, Erdington, Birmingham, to discover Harte 'alive and well and not in any difficulty.'The actress, who once starred in a British-made film with Katie Price's ex-husband Alex Reid, was arrested alongside 24-year-old Fitzpatrick - with both claiming the incident had been a 'joke'.

Judge Paul Farrer, QC, said they had both originally been charged with blackmail and if they had been convicted of that charge, they would have gone to prison for a long time.'You fall to be sentenced on the basis that you perpetrated between you a sustained and cruel joke,' he said.'There was significant victim impact here.

It was in fact taken seriously.'You targeted your victim who is vulnerable.'Fitzpatrick was sentenced to eight months jail, suspended for two years, and ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work.

But the models are more demurely posed than in the past, their modesty abetted by sheets, towels, pillows, unbuttoned men’s shirts, their knees, their hands, and judicious cropping. Rather, the tasteful but not distinctive layouts, airier than in *Playboy’*s past, suggest the kind of vaporous fashion and culture magazines you might find arrayed on the coffee table in a boutique hotel room.(Consumer guide for any 12-year-olds still interested in the new issue includes one and a half butt cracks, one implied glimpse of pubes—shot through a frosted and steamed-up shower door—and zero nipples.)So “the articles.” It turns out they are very good in this new issue, another reason this is not your elders’ Special” is a magazine industry term for a B-minus article by an A-plus writer.)The big names in the new issue: Bret Easton Ellis and Karl Ove Knausgaard. On a more personal note, Ellis’s essay stirred fond memories of my own adventures as a kid in the 70s growing up in a college town and dumpster-diving for publishes an excerpt from the forthcoming English translation of the fifth volume. There is a sort of comedy in the mismatch between the firepower of his sensibility and the squib-like quality of his life, at least on the page. It is weird to be in an industry where everybody is so good-looking. There are also the usual front-of-the-book sections devoted to cars, booze, hi-fi gear, music, video games, sex advice.

The former contributes a smart, nostalgic, ambivalent essay titled “Modern Sexuality: A Case Study,” which explores what the culture has lost and gained over the last several decades as pornography has migrated from seedy newsstands and fathers’ bedside-table drawers to online ubiquity. But what does this efficiency do to the idea of investing in your desires and fantasies? Titled “The Morning After,” the excerpt is a rambling slice of life in which nothing much happens—I am told by Knausgaard readers this is also largely the case with the first four volumes—but which is nevertheless fascinating because . It turns out that the most significant event in “The Morning After” is that Knausgaard masturbates for the first time (allegedly; he’s in college) while looking at a book of nude photos: I ogled the long-legged red-lipped woman standing outside a kind of holiday bungalow in the Mediterranean somewhere, judging by the white walls and gnarled trees. I do not think of myself as a physically attractive person. These sections are boring, but to the new *Playboy’*s credit, they have been scrubbed of the presumptive, bro-to-bro, “amirite? I don’t think so, but new magazines, or even half-new magazines like this one, need time to find their feet.The Internet has of course changed our relationship to many artforms—music, books, film—making them both easier to consume and easier to dispose of or dismiss. ” voice beloved by editors of all men’s magazines and, presumably, several readers. Playboy Enterprises’ “chief content officer,” Cory Jones, has said the revamp is aimed at millennials.Ellis believes this is true of erotica as well: I don’t miss the awkwardness of having to buy or rent porn in person and feeling the attendant’s (imagined) judgment and shame. To that end, the cover features a model pretending to take a selfie, though the photo is actually by Theo Wenner.A New Zealand Playboy playmate has come under fire for posing naked on a sacred Maori mountain.Glamour model Jaylene Cook, 25, and her photographer boyfriend Josh Shaw, 27, spent seven hours hiking up Mt Taranaki on April 26 and impulsively took the risqué shot once they reached the summit.It's natural and pure and it's about freedom and empowerment,' she told nz.

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