One breast is exposed
You may remember her excellent nude scene from Map of the Sounds Of Tokyo. That did not make our top nude scenes of 2010, but that was an exceptional year so I expanded the list to the top 25 and added three others as honorable mentions, including this one.
Suzi Simpson in “Enemy Gold” (1993)
She was yet another POM who tried to parlay good looks into a movie career. I don’t remember this film, but IMDb points out that it was one of two directed by Drew Sidaris, son of exploitation legend Andy Sidaris, who probably gave more work to ex-Playmates than anyone outside the actual Playboy company.
She’s pictured in one of her more obscure roles in The Burning Plain (2008)
A .gif of a young Charlize Theron in 2 Days in the Valley (1996)
Full-frontal nudity from Charlize Theron in this .gif from The Devil’s Advocate (1997)
The rarest of Theron nudity – her breasts in a film festival copy of The Cider House Rules (1999). This scene did not make it into the theatrical release, which showed only her bottom.
A .gif of Charlize Theron in that immortal cinema treasure, Reindeer Games. (2000)
One of Charlize Theron’s excellent but less-seen nude scenes in this .gif from Head in the Clouds (2004)
Charlize Theron – bare butt in The Last Face (2016)
A mature Charlize naked in Atomic Blonde (2017).
She’s more or less topless in public at some swanky event or another.
As the good lord intended.
If I had a body as good as hers, I’d never wear clothing.
Pompeo has claimed that he could not have asked to dismiss the IG to suppress an investigation into his actions because he was not aware of any investigation.
Except he was:
“Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to sit for an interview with the State Department inspector general’s office as part of its probe into the administration’s move to bypass Congress and expedite last year’s $8 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia by declaring an emergency, a congressional aide told CNN Monday.”
He did provide written answers, so he was certainly aware of the investigation.
1. Pompeo can’t produce any alternative explanation for why he wanted the IG gone. He just babbles on about the guy being “not additive.” When asked for specifics, he disappears.
2. Pompeo has not denied any of the charges when given the chance to do so.