Melania Trump’s Yesteryear Snaps Reveal Steamy Lesbian Themed Photoshoot
I guess it takes two to tango, that saying hold true for our could-be first lady — and lovely lady besides her.
Recently we reported media giant “The Post” snagged some naughty photos of the presidential candidate’s wife, and today they released some shots more racy than the first. The photo captures her a few years before she met her future husband Donald Trump, Melania Trump was photo’d frolicing around in the bed with another female completely nude.
Donald Trump believes his wife will be a extraordinary first lady — extraordinary hmmm, perhaps unusual will be a better choice of words.
In the dark ages of the mid 90s, dot com bubble; Bill Clinton ran rampped, accusation of him topping off interns and sectaries was the talk of the town. Somewhere in the midst of all the casos, the now 50k designer dress wearing Republican National Convention correspondent Mrs. Trump, then know as Melania Knauss was nude busting it wide open in a photo spread for a now-defunct French men’s magazine.
The leggy, Slovenian-born model — then 25 years old and known by her professional moniker Melania K. — did the super x-rated photo session in Manhattan in 1995, according to Alé de Basseville, the French photographer who shot the steamy snaps.
The New York Post, acquired some exclusive nudes shots never published and never before seen of the bombshell.
The photos show Melania wearing nothing but high heels and pouting for the camera from behind, in a series of images shot from the front, the back and the side.
Alé de Basseville, the photographer who shot this steamy spread had this to say
“Melania was super-great and a fantastic personality and she was very kind with me,” de Basseville told The Post, adding the former model never once felt uncomfortable posing for the nude pictures.
A few images from Melania’s sexy photo spread appeared in the January 1996 issue of Max, a French men’s magazine that went out of business in 2006, but tons of other naked shots were vaulted, that is before the guys over at the The New York Post did some digging.