NEW YORK (CBS) Following her career in real estate and
The Russian website lifenews.ru showed a video of her posing provocatively for Zhara, a Russian magazine.
The 28-year-old redhead became the glamorous face of the group Russian spies who were deported in July from the U.S. following guilty pleas for failing to register with the U.S. government as agents of a foreign country.
In the 1-minute-43-second video clip, Chapman is seen entering and leaving the hotel where the photo shoot occurred and posing in tight dresses.
Previously, Vivid Entertainment, the world's leading adult film company, offered Russian spy Anna Chapman a movie deal.
"Anna was obviously the hottest spy we've seen in years and she was clearly the media's favorite," Vivid's founder Steven Hirsch said in a letter to Chapman's lawyer. "Though she wasn't very successful as a spy, we think she can be a terrific actress in one of our upcoming feature films."