Playboy model homeless after being sacked from day job over nude pics

A Playboy model has been left homeless after being from her day job over nude pictures.

Anna Anufrieva has said she is now without a home and cannot find new work due to the scandal.

The 27-year-old had a “secret” job within the Russian state before she was booted out after her bosses found out about her nude snaps.

She said her father refuses to speak to her “because I lost my shame in front of the whole country”.

The model has suffered weight loss and stress over the drama.

But despite this, the chic civil servant says she has no regrets sending her pictures to the magazine.

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Anna, from Tyumen in Siberia, said she had to sell her flat because she cannot afford her mortgage repayments after losing her job and being refused new work.

“I have nowhere to live. No job, no boyfriend, no apartment,” she said.

“It is as if I committed a crime,” she said.

“Because of this scandal and loosing weight I got problems with my periods.”

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She added: “My father stopped communicating with me, claiming I lost my shame in front of the whole country

“Nobody wants to employ me, and I wish they made it clear that it was because of the scandal.

“But they invent dozens of reasons.

“Suddenly they do not have a vacancy any longer or say they found a better candidate.”

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Anna worked for a “secret state service” when she sent her risqué images to Playboy in an online competition to be featured in the magazine’s annual calendar.

Faced with an outcry in the summer when her pictures were published, she said: “Why is it only models, actresses, fitness coaches and bloggers who are allowed to reveal their bodies?”

State employees should be permitted to pose naked, she said.

“You all should get used to the thought that any woman who loves herself and cherishes her body can show it, including doctors, teachers and state servants.

“I like nude photography and I find the the harmonious female body a form of perfection, so please don’t judge but just enjoy it.”

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She did not make it to the Playboy top dozen but she still does not regret entering the contest.

Anna posted: “Some would say – was it worth it?

“To lose a stable job in that secret state service, a prestigious position.

“It was all worth it.

“Take my honest word as a state servant.”

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