Picture: Vida Guerra 'Somebody Help Me' world premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre Hollywood, California - 25.10.07
Sexy pin-up Vida Guerra opted to bare all for men's magazine Playboy to prove that Internet images of her naked were bogus.
The curvy model-turned-actress snubbed offers to strip for magazines several times before she agreed to a Playboy spread last year (06).
Fake snapshots of her made her feel it was time to bare all and show fans the real Guerra.
She explains, "They (Playboy) had asked me three times (and) I got a little upset about the situation. They were making such a big deal about it that I said, `I might as well take Playboy up on their offer and do it in a nice, classy, tasteful way, since everyone is so curious to see how I look in my birthday suit."
And Guerra urges fans not to get duped by fake nude shots in the future, insisting they should look for her beauty marks.
She tells King magazine, "I have a beauty mark that tells. You can compare the real thing with the (bogus) picture and it's like, `Nah!' You can't see it in the Playboy spread because there is no open-crotch (shot).
"One is below my navel and the other is in my inner thigh."
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