Jenna Jameson Playboy Photos, PETA Ad (video)

August 4, 2009
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Just four months after giving birth to twins, Jenna Jameson has posed for Playboy. Read more about the Jenna Jameson Playboy photos and the Jenna Jameson PETA ad, see photos and video here.

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Jenna Jameson


Only four months after Jenna Jameson gave birth to twins, she is back in super-slim shape and flaunting her body in a brand new photo shoot for Playboy. Following her racy photo shoot with Playboy, Jenna moved on to PETA to film a PSA.

Fox News is reporting that Jenna was happy to show off her super-slim post-pregnancy body at a racy photo shoot for Playboy last Thursday afternoon.

The Playboy shoot details are being kept under wraps as best as possible. When we get the photos we will be sure to update the post with those pictures.

On the same day, Jameson did a PSA for PETA. PETA reveals that Jenna says, “If you ask chickens, there’s no such thing as a ‘Happy Meal.’ Chickens killed for McNuggets are dumped onto conveyer belts. Their fragile legs are slammed into metal shackles.”

She adds, “Spinning blades meant to cut their throats often tear through their wings or bodies instead. Many birds survive this terrifying, painful process, only to be scalded to death in defeathering tanks. There’s a less cruel method of slaughter that renders chickens unconscious, but McDonald’s chooses to allow birds to be mutilated and scalded instead.”

The Jenna Jameson Playboy photos and the Jenna Jameson PETA ad will be posted once available.




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Jenna Jameson Video

Photos: www.wenn.com



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One Response to “Jenna Jameson Playboy Photos, PETA Ad (video)”

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    Doodiepants Says:

    We feel that Animals have the same rights as retarded children – Alex Pacheco, Cofounder PETA

    “Arson, property destruction, burglary and theft are ‘acceptable crimes’ when used for the animal cause.” – Alex Pacheco

    There is no rational basis for saying a human being has special rights. A rat is a pig a dog is a boy – Ingrid Newkirk, Co-Founder and president of PETA.