American actress Bella Thorne arrives at the MuchMusic Video Awards (MMVAs) in Toronto Reuters/Mark Blinch

Former Disney star Bella Thorne, 19, has posed for “Playboy” for its November issue. Paying tribute to David Bowie by wearing a red bomber jacket with the iconic singer's name, Thorne appears on the adult magazine's No Filter section.

Thorne wears nothing underneath the jacket while she shows her cleavage. She also posts seductively wearing a blue silk top and cream-coloured bottoms as she lounges on a bed.

"There's this effort to try to shame a woman's sexiness by pulling a cover over it, but I'm a woman who loves skin. I love skin on me, I love skin on girls, I love skin on guys," Thorne told “Playboy.” "If you're confident enough to show off your body, you should. Be confident," she adds.

Thorne also explained why she stays true on her personality on social media despite the haters criticising her.

“People often don’t want to get to know the real you; they only want to get to know the person they think you are. For me, that means people are constantly trying to change me, every second of the day, especially on social media. I’m not fed up with social media — I understand it — but people like to comment on how my image is too edgy, that I’m too edgy, and on how they wish I looked. It’s a lot of ‘do this, don’t do that.’ To them I say, f--- off."

Thorne's acting career began in 2003 in the Matt Damon's movie "Stuck on You" as an uncredited sideline fan. She continued her career in the TV shows "Entourage" and "The O.C." In 2010, she played the lead role in the HBO's TV drama "Big Love" as Tancy "Teenie" Henrickson. In the same year, she won the spot as the lead actress for the Disney Channel sitcom "Shake It Up." She was also cast in movies including "Blended" and "The Duff."

Playboy November 2016 issue hits the US newsstands on Oct. 25. It is also available to iTunes and Google Play subscribers. DJ Ashley Smith will be the cover girl of the magazine.

“Playboy” announced in October 2015 that it would stop publishing nude pictures of women. Sarah McDaniel was the cover girl when the first non-nude cover was released in March.