Spy Anna Chapman Poses for Russian Men's Magazine
International spy Anna Chapman is making headlines again, this time because of her racy photo shoot for a Russian men's magazine. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
There's an eye-popping new video of Russian spy Anna Chapman.
It's the first video of Chapman since she and nine other Russian espionage agents were deported from the United States in July, and it's jaw-dropping.
The video was shot at a photo shoot for Russian men's magazine Zhara, which means "heat" in English. Chapman was wearing a thigh-high, body-hugging green dress with crystal embroidery across the front. The dress shows lots of cleavage and she also wears sky-high heels.
Chapman is a bit more demure in a white cocktail-length dress that has ruching across the bustline.
The behind-the-scenes video of the shoot, which took place in a five-star hotel room overlooking Moscow's Red Square, is available on Zhara's website.
The editors say Chapman spent two and a half hours at a beauty salon primping for the shoot and was transformed into a "Hollywood diva."
But she brought her own clothes and refused the services of a professional stylist.
Here's how the magazine describes the shoot: "The way that she moved her body...it gave the impression she had participated in photo sessions like this for men's magazines several times."
New York TV producer John Palacio, who shot video of Chapman in March, says she is a natural in front of the camera.
"She was clearly aware that she was attractive, aware of the power of that," Palacio says.
Since her exile from the U.S., Chapman has become a major celebrity in Russia, where they are captivated by her spy-girl mystique.
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