Lindsay Lohan Playboy Spread Leaks

And Christopher Tennant is the lucky profiler!

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(image via Oh No They Didn't)

Lindsay Lohan‘s almost-a-million-dollar photo shoot for the January/February issue of  Playboy leaked online at Oh No They Didn’t.

The photographs are reminiscent of–and not much more revealing than–her 2008 Bert Stern spread in New York magazine. Both were inspired by iconic Marilyn Monroe sittings.

(Don’t feel threatened, Michelle Williams! There’s no Oscar for photo shoots!)

In addition to the tasteful nudes by Yu Tsai, the scans include a few inches of copy from the profile, written by Playboy editor at large and Victorian dioramist Christopher Tennant.

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