Paulina Gretzky is at it again, posing for a pop culture magazine in revealing outfits that leaves little to the imagination.
Gretzky, the daughter of NHL legend Wayne, made a name for herself online late last year after posting naughty photos showing herself and others in compromising positions on her Twitter account.
In an interview with Complex magazine, the aspiring singer is seen relaxing poolside in a bikini, playfully eating a cherry. In another photo, she is in underwear while strategically covering herself up.
In a video by the magazine, Gretzky is seen pouring water and ice over herself while talking about living in Los Angeles, playing sports and the attention she has received online.
"The only reason people are paying attention to [the racy photos] is because of my father," she tells the magazine. "I don't think they'd care if I was anybody else. I'm a normal 23-year-old. I know attention is part of the career I've chosen, but I wish I was presented in a different light.
"The rumour that my dad made me shut down my Twitter account is completely false. I want people to see that I'm intelligent. I'm not a bimbo.
"I have an 8-year-old sister. The only thing I want to do is be a role model. I'm not trying to say, 'You should follow me, all you girls,' but I want my little sister to respect me and see how much I've accomplished. It's hurtful when this older generation of people that doesn't really understand me or take the time to get to know me trashes me."
But Gretzky admitted to going over the line in a sexy outfit when she was filmed by celebrity news site TMZ earlier this year.
"I did it to myself that time," she said. "I always think I should dress like myself and represent who I am, but I had something in the back of my head telling me that maybe it was not a good idea to wear that outfit to dinner that night.
"Of course, the next day TMZ said that I was going to nightclubs in lingerie. I wasn't. I was at a restaurant eating dinner with friends. That's my biggest problem with it, that people are lying about what I'm doing. But I should have been more aware. I understand that. I just never had to censor myself before."