She claims editors agreed to cover up parts of the image to preserve her modesty, but she was shocked to see the finished product.
“Oh my God, I’m more naked than I was in Playboy. I’m so mad right now. W editors promised I would be covered with artwork,” contactmusic.com quoted her as saying.
“The whole concept was sold to me that nothing would be seen. I feel so taken advantage of… I’ve definitely learned my lesson. I’m never taking my clothes off again, even if it’s for Vogue.”
The socialite had bared all for the November issue of W Magazine, wearing only silver body paint.