Lindsay Lohan's Playboy cover leaked to internet
Lindsay Lohan is set to grace the January/February cover of Playboy magazine and the cover has hit the internet a week before the scheduled reveal.
The cover, which features the actress straddling a red Playboy bunny logo chair wearing nothing but black heels, was posted on several websites (see here).
The issue is due out later this month and Lohan was scheduled to unveil the cover during an episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" which will air on December 15th.
"Lindsay has agreed to do one media interview during the on-sale period of her issue, and has chosen 'Ellen,'" a Playboy spokesperson told OnTheRedCarpet.com on December 7. "The interview will air on Thursday, December 15. Lindsay will not be doing any additional interviews to promote her pictorial."
It was announced in October that Lohan would pose for the magazine, which TMZ reported would earn the troubled star almost $1 million.
"Lindsay has completed a successful photo shoot for Playboy magazine and will be on the cover of the January/February issue, which hits newsstands in late December," the actress' spokesperson told OnTheRedCarpet.com in November. "The pictorial is absolutely fantastic and very tasteful, and will be accompanied by an interview that will let readers see another side of Lindsay."
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner confirmed that the shoot was nude, but insisted that the pictorial was "very classy."
"It's a classic tribute inspired by the original Tom Kelley nude pictorial of Marilyn Monroe, a portion of which was the original playmate in the very first issue of Playboy," Hefner told The Insider in November.
Earlier this year, Lohan was ordered to complete 480 hours of community service ata woman's shelter and morgue after a judge ruled the actress violated her 2007 probation with a misdemeanor theft charge.
According to TMZ, Lohan is well ahead of schedule with her morgue obligation and has already completed 10 of her 12 court-ordered shifts. She also has a good reputation at the morgue, a source told the website she is, "polite, hard-working and never complains about the work."
The actress, a former child star known for films such as "The Parent Trap," "Freaky Friday" and "Mean Girls," is next scheduled to appear in court on December 14.