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Nude photographs of Vanessa Williams, the reigning Miss America, will appear in the September issue of Penthouse magazine, according to the magazine's publisher, Robert Guccione. The photographs of Miss Williams were taken before she won the beauty pageant, by a professional photographer who employed her as a receptionist, Mr. Guccione said in a telephone interview last night. The photographs show two women together in intimate sexual poses.
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Williams originally made history on September 17, , when she became the first Black woman to win the Miss America crown. She attended Syracuse University and studied musical theater. In , while working a summer job as a receptionist at a modeling agency in Mt. After Williams became Miss America, the photographer sold the pictures to Penthouse without her knowledge.
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O ne of the most sensational news stories of the s involved Vanessa Williams, a beautiful young woman who was crowned Miss America in Williams claimed that the photos, taken by a New York photographer for whom she had worked as an assistant and makeup artist, were not meant to be published. She claimed that she had not signed a release permitting either the photographer or Penthouse to publish the pictures.
I t might have been the lowest point in her life, as she told People in , but the scandal that led Vanessa Williams to resign her post as Miss America also set her up for one of the greatest comebacks in entertainment history. But they did leave the studio, partly because she was identifiable: photos of Miss America in compromising positions, some of them involving another nude woman, were worth their weight in gold. TIME reported that the photographer was paid more than Penthouse had ever paid for a photo spread before. The statement that Williams ultimately made was that she was more than a racy photo spread — and more than Miss America.