Former Playboy model Donna D’Errico shared a smoldering pin-up photo on Instagram Monday morning.
The photo showed Baywatch’s blond beauty in a saucy pose. This time, the 54-year-old ex of Motley Crue co-founder Nikki Sixx wore lacy black lingerie as she hissed in her bedroom with open suitcases behind her.
This post comes just after she shared that she’s lonely in Los Angeles because she hasn’t been able to find a man who loves her for who she is.
Looks great: Former Playboy model Donna D’Errico shared a smoldering pin-up photo on Instagram on Monday. Baywatch vet wore lace black lingerie as she hisses in her bedroom with open suitcases behind her
She kept it sultry in the new post.
Her caption made no reference to the harassment she received earlier this year when she was told she was too old to pose in skimpy lingerie or swimwear.
Rather, she reminded her followers that she is hot stuff.
“Alexa, play ‘Girl on Fire’ by Alicia Keys,” the TV and movie star wrote in her caption to her 1.1 million followers.
This weekend, the star shared a flashback photo as she discussed being admired but not loved.
‘I’m not an angel. I’ve done some questionable things. Some with full knowledge of what I was doing and wished I could forget. Sometimes when I was out of my mind and I don’t care,’ she began her story.
“LA is a very lonely city full of beautiful lonely temporary people and I’m human just like everyone else,” added the Candyman: Day Of The Dead star.
She then wrote that she wants to love and be loved.
“And sometimes the company of a beautiful man can feel like a kind of love, doesn’t it?” she asked.
Then she noticed that she took it in for a moment.
“Then it’s gone and I remind myself that everything in this town is fake,” the Alabama resident wrote.
“I live in a state of abundance when it comes to men, so I’m never without a date if I don’t want to. But I prefer to be alone.
“It’s heartbreaking when so many men long for you, but no one loves you.
“I realize that the intentional use of sex appeal makes it difficult for people to appreciate other things about you. I make peace with it.’
Donna wrote at the time that she thinks all of our decisions in life, both good and bad, shape us into who we are today.
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‘I do my best to be good. I live with integrity. I make sure my actions match my words. When I say I’m going to do something, I do it. I wouldn’t think of intentionally hurting anyone. Human emotions are delicate.
“I may not always be the brightest in the room, in fact I often feel quite stupid, but I always maintain a sense of inner dignity and character and manners and respect no matter what’s going on around me. My insecurities are many, I have a temper and I make mistakes, but I am nice. I think that’s the best I can do.’
The bombshell was told by haters in June that she was “too old” to share pin-up photos.
“I feel sexy as hell,” the icon responded shortly afterwards.
She posed in lingerie. And Donna wanted her fans to know, “Men compliment me and I eat it. Let me live. When I’m 80 I’m going to look back and be so happy I did this while I was hot. ️’
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She also claimed that Instagram was censoring her.
“So IG deleted my other post because too many Karens complained about it and said my caption indicated I was asking for prostitution,” she began her note.
In her note, she said that the sexy images shared on Instagram are very similar to what is seen on the pay site Only Fans. And she added that women who pose in skimpy clothes for Instagram are applauded, but if they do it for Only Fans, their careers are over.
Along with her caption, she was seen in pink lingerie.
She said she “tried not to laugh” about the controversy. “I’ll try again with a new photo showing something the Karens can kiss. Below is the caption I had with my original post. If this one gets removed, I really don’t know what to say.”
She also said that she loves wearing sexy lingerie. “However, I don’t have a man to wear it and I can’t really just sit in my house and wear it randomly,” the star said.
Only fans talk: She shocked fans in this monokini while sitting on a toilet. In her caption, she mentioned Only Fans saying, “People think everyone on that site is doing raunchy things,” but most women aren’t.
The comment was in response to the hate she received on July 4 when she was seen in a bathing suit during a video shared on social media, she explained.
“A lot of women complained about the July 4th video I posted in a red-white-blue bikini because they thought I was ‘classic’ and ‘too old to wear a bikini’ and, my favorite, ‘desperate ‘, the bomb shared.
“Let me tell you something that may surprise you. I can actually wear and literally do whatever I want. For that matter, here I am in a bikini squatting on a coffee table ❤️.’
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She added a second comment.
“For anyone who asks, no, I didn’t delete the July 4th red, white, and blue video. It’s still under the ‘coils’ tab on my page,” she shared.
In the clip, she can be seen in a red-white-blue bikini while playing God Bless USA.
Happy 4th of July everyone! VS,” her caption read, wishing her fans well in the clip as she tugged at her bikini bottom.
The comments only seemed to be flattering with fans saying she was “beautiful” and “gorgeous.”
The 4th: The clip shows her in a red-white-blue bikini playing God Bless USA. Happy 4th of July everyone! VS,” her caption read, wishing her fans well in the clip as she tugged at her bikini bottom