NEW YORK -- Vanessa Williams, who relinquished her Miss America crown when Penthouse magazine published sexually explicit photos of her, also had posed nude for another photographer, a Penthouse magazine spokesman said today. Miss Williams said her decision to resign was precipitated by the fear that the second set of pictures would be made public and 'people wouldn't forgive me for a second mistake,' The New York Times reported. Those pictures, taken by photographer Greg Whitman, were scheduled for publication in the January edition of Penthouse, said Sy Presten, a spokesman for the magazine's owner, Bob Guccione.
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Nude photographs of Vanessa Williams, the reigning Miss America, will appear in the September issue of Penthouse magazine, according to the magazine's publisher, Robert Guccione. The photographs of Miss Williams were taken before she won the beauty pageant, by a professional photographer who employed her as a receptionist, Mr. Guccione said in a telephone interview last night.
Originally published by the Daily News on July 24, Vanessa Williams, Miss Americagave up her crown yesterday at the request of pageant officials in a scandal over nude, sexually explicit photographs of her that appeared in Penthouse magazine. The pageant's first runnerup, Suzette Charles, last year's Miss New Jersey, was installed as the new Miss America for the two remaining months of Williams' reign.
A New Jersey man discovered a treasure trove of titillating images and historic letters, including nude photos of Madonna and Arnold Schwarzenegger, after purchasing a cache of memorabilia that once belonged to Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione. Jeremy Frommer, a hedge fund manager and art collector, began hunting down Guccione items after purchasing a sealed storage unit in early that belonged to Guccione, the onetime millionaire who died virtually penniless in Inside, Frommer found an oil painting done by Guccione, who was a promising artist before launching his iconic men's magazine in
By Daily Mail Reporter. A New York hedge fund manager stumbled on a treasure trove when he bought an abandoned storage locker that belonged to the founder of Penthouse magazine. The storage spaces in Edgewood, New Jersey, yielded unreleased nude photos of Madonna and actress Lauren Hutton, letters from Dick Cheney and the Unabomber and what appears to be a picture of former California Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger 'engaged in a sex act.
The picture is reportedly part of a large collection of artifacts discovered in an Englewood, N. According to the New York Post, the photo of a young Schwarzenegger is now in the hands of Jeremy Frommer, the former managing director of Royal Bank of Canada, who bought the storage units after Guccione went bankrupt. Contact Tony Hicks at thicks bayareanewsgroup. I hope they were wearing decontamination suits when they went inside.
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Still, it is worth ruminating over for a moment, before it passes away, for two reasons. It shows an unexpected maturity in American life, and then something predictably depressing about the hypocrisy within it, too. The appearance of the photos in the Post would, one might have thought in an earlier time, suggest that they were intended to shock or offend the Trump campaign.