Gabrielle Epstein assembles a scooter into a G-string bikini
Instagram model Gabrielle Epstein gets on a scooter in a VERY revealing G-string bikini after posing topless for the cover of Playboy magazine
Gabrielle Epstein is arguably one of the most talked about Aussie Instagram models right now thanks to her raunchy posts.
And this week, the 27-year-old pushed her limits even further by slipping her slim curves into an extremely skimpy green bikini.
The blonde beauty then got on a scooter by the side of the road and flipped through a map in a series of posed photos for social media.
Green with envy! Gabrielle Epstein dared to bare in a green bikini in an extremely raunchy Instagram post
The bathing suit left little to the imagination and could barely cover her chest and underpants.
It comes just a month after Gabby stripped everything for the Mexican edition of Playboy magazine.
She posed topless for the cover, with no more than two shot glasses to protect her modesty.
Alongside the cover, the stunner begged Instagram not to remove the image – as the social media giant has a strict policy of avoiding nude nippled photos.
Cheeky! The blonde beauty parked a scooter on the side of the road and flipped through a map in a series of posed photos for social media
My @playboy November cover & editorial is out now! PS this is a magazine cover, don’t be ad**k and delete it lol,” she wrote.
Gabrielle fired back last month at critics who said her photos were “too explicit.”
Speaking to Maxim, she mentioned the “toxic double standard” between how men and women are treated differently on Instagram.
“There are plenty of pictures of shirtless men showing their nipples, but the fact that mine can be covered up and a picture gets deleted anyway creates a very toxic double standard,” she said.
Forget something? It comes just a month after Gabby uncovered everything for the Mexican edition of Playboy magazine
“We’re all human, we’re all born with bodies, and we shouldn’t learn to be ashamed of what they look like in a natural state.”
She said she turned to OnlyFans to get around Instagram censorship.
“I also feel like I can be more of myself on OnlyFans,” she explained.
‘For me, showing my body isn’t about being objectified; it’s about feeling confident, powerful and beautiful in my own skin.’
Too many? Gabrielle fired back at critics last month for saying her photos were ‘too explicit’