'The Bachelorette' Sam Frost is back in the news days after she revealed on-air that her topless shoot for Maxim magazine for the February 2015 issue was done in bad taste and that she regrets doing that shoot in the first place. Now she has blasted the popular magazine for photoshopping and reusing photos from her last shoot for their upcoming December issue. Frost expressed that she feels exploited.

News.com.au reports that Frost spoke about the Maxim cover on-air during a segment of the 2DayFM breakfast show.

"So, Maxim had their Hottest 100 Party and with that they gave away December’s magazine to the people that attended which is coming out, I don’t know when it’s coming out. But, I’m actually on the front cover,” Frost told 2Day co-host Rove.

Frost said that even if she regretted the Maxim photoshoot in December 2014, at least she had blonde hair then and that people can tell that they were old photos. However, on this new Maxim cover, she says that they changed her hair colour and made it darker. She also commented that the photos give away a wrong impression that she has returned to Maxim for a brand new photoshoot and interview.

"They’ve enhanced my boobs – I’m quite flat chested and I’m ok with that – brought in my waist. I don’t look like that. I’m a huge advocate for being a good role model for young girls and just embracing what you look like. I’m not too happy about it,” Frost remarked, according to The New Daily.

Co-host Rove added that fabricating photos to make one physically different is one thing but photoshopping them to such an extent that they look like new ones is way off the line.

When questioned, Maxim’s editor-in-chief, Santi Pintado denied that Frost’s breasts were enhanced or her waist reduced. He did admit that they darkened her hair.

At the time of February 2015 issue photo shoot, Frost told Pop Sugar that she was having second thoughts about going ahead with the photo shoot but was encouraged a lot by her girlfriends. She also wanted to celebrate losing 10kgs after her appearance in the show “The Bachelor.”

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