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Student Doctor Who’s Also A Playboy Bunny Admits To Changing Her Name So That People Can’t Find Her Nude Shoots

A student doctor who is also a Playboy bunny has admitted to changing her name so that when people google her, they can’t find her nude shoots. 

Danielle Lupo, who has just graduated from pre-medical school and is now looking to become a doctor, is determined to obliterate the ‘bimbo’ look associated with Playmates and has now decided to change her name, so people can’t find her nude shoots.

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Danielle, who is based in New Jersey, began her career in healthcare over ten years ago as a dental nurse and says she was exposed to the industry after suffering a bad accident.

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She told The Sun: “I got in a bad accident and I had to go to the hospital and that’s when I got exposed to all the kinds of things you can do in medical.

“After just graduating last year I’m looking at medical schools and doctoral programmes all while working as a cardiographic technician.”

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Despite working hard studying throughout the day, during the night the 24-year-old would ditch her stethoscope to sport her bunny tail and ears whilst working at the New York’s Playboy club.

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She explained: “It’s great money on the side and I had a lot of fun doing a bunch of different shoots and I got into multiple international Playboy issues.

“I had the best time and it was just an honour to be published and then the Playboy club New York just opened and I tried out and got the position as a Playboy bunny.

“That was really cool, I was dressing up at night and going to school and working at the hospital (during the day).

“I looked at it as two part-time jobs that would fill my schedule, I guess you could say they contradicted each other.

“The medical field is super conservative and Playboy is obviously free and liberating.”

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Although such a hectic lifestyle could have taken its toll on Danielle, she felt that it was the “best of both worlds”.

She added: “While the club was open, it would consist of me making sure I had my homework in on time, before commuting an hour from Jersey to New York.

“It was an experience I wouldn’t trade for anything, I’m glad that I could find balance in both aspects of my life because I wouldn’t want to give up either one honestly.”

Currently, Danielle is helping out with the COVID-19 battle. Yet she has admitted that not everyone is happy about her sideline work as her family and friends have expressed their concerns.

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Danielle explained: “My mom was not a big fan, interestingly enough my dad was super supportive, he went to college and he understands that aspect.

“My mom is focused on telling people her daughter works at the hospital and leaving out the modelling part and some conservative friends have their concerns about Playboy.”

Danielle has listened to advice and has taken action so that she can maintain both lifestyles. So that it doesn’t impact her career of becoming a doctor, she has taken precautions such as changing her name so that when people google for her nude shoots, they don’t appear.

Instagram: @daniellelupo

She said: “For my full nude pictorial in the Czech Republic I used a different name because I’m going to be a doctor one day and I don’t want people googling me and seeing that.”

The blonde beauty is currently dating tattoo artist Jon Boy and although she met her boyfriend at the Playboy club, she says he still struggles with her line of work – as she receives quite a lot of attention.

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She explained: “Couples have their moments and their disagreements but he supports me.

“He has to understand that there’s going to be certain attention on me and not to get jealous or feel insecure – but it’s human.”

The self-confessed feminist is keen for others to realise that being a Playmate is celebrating women, rather than degrading them.

Instagram: @daniellelupo

She adds: “I don’t feel that Playboy is sexist at all, Playboy celebrates women and I love that.

“We should be highlighting the fact that I’m a model and I’m smart.

“Even though I’m going to be a doctor one day I can still show my body and feel comfortable in my own skin.”

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