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Playmate
    (November 2, 1968- )
    Born in Santa Clara, California
    Playmate of the Month (October 1987)
    Cover model for Playboy's August 1989 issue
    Appeared in the films 'Wedding Band,' 'Ticker,' and 'Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV'
    Posed alongside Donald Trump for the cover of Playboy's March 1990 issue
    She failed to translate her modeling into a successful acting career.
    She posed for the infamous Trump cover semi-nude, with only the Donald's black Tux jacket covering her naked body (Hugh Hefner himself was allegedly ashamed of the cover).
    She sued ex-husband Nikki Sixx during their divorce proceedings for $10 million, citing neglect of their children.
    Sixx responded by moving out of their shared home and settling for $6 million.
    She pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to import drugs from California to Australia. She was later sentenced to three to six years in prison (2014).
    She is close friends with Jon Lovitz.
    She had a memorable cameo in Aerosmith's 'Love in an Elevator' music video.
    She guested on an episode of Married with Children in which Al Bundy and Steve Rhodes both vie for her attention.
    Donald Trump was known to sign copies of the Playboy issue at his campaign rallies.
    Trump was so proud of the cover they shot he even had it framed on the wall of his New York office (which made for a very awkward photo-bomb during a visit from Jerry Falwell Jr.).
    She started a successful jewelry design business after serving her sentence.
    She was ironically paroled from jail the same month that Donald Trump was elected President.

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