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The issue faced by her was when the March 2006 issue of Playboy magazine published Jessica, who's often shown by many entertainment publications as certainly one of the most beautiful or sexiest women alive, in a bikini on the cover.

Cooking the problem, Jessic...

A-listers are bound to be involved in controversies. The popular American actress Jessica Marie Alba, who's well known for her roles in Dark Angel, Sin City, Fantastic Four and Into the Blue, is no exception. If you have an opinion about history, you will certainly need to read about the bikini fox.

The new issue confronted by her was when the March 2006 issue of Playboy magazine published Jessica, who is regularly listed by several activity journals as certainly one of the most beautiful or hottest women alive, in a bikini on the cover.

Cooking the problem, Jessica Alba threatened to sue the magazine, claiming that Hugh Hefner & Co, the publisher of Playboy magazine, is attempting to create it appear that she appears in a nude or semi-nude pictorial.

Alba's attorney has demanded that Playboy magazine stops releasing their magazine and provide the actress with a monetary settlement for its unauthorized usage of her image for commercial purposes. Albas main argument was that the journal has duped readers in to thinking she was bare inside.

Although Playboy magazine had named Alba among its 2-5 Sexiest Celebrities and also the Sex Star of the Year in the March issue, the litigation didn't stop.

In reality, Playboy had originally offered to pay Jessica Alba to look on the cover, but the offer was rejected by the 25-year-old actor. Following this, Playboy magazine had made efforts to get approval from the Columbia Pictures to create a promotional photo of bikini-clad Jessica Alba, and the venerable men's magazine published the sexy image from the 2005 film Into the Blue. Joining the star, the Columbia Pictures also has demanded apology from the newspaper because of its outrageous and illegal behavior.

The hot news was living till Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy magazine, sent your own apology and pledged to contribute money to her favorite charities.

Personal life of Jessica Alba, whose big break came when the writer/director James Cameron picked Alba from a pool of 1,200 candidates for the part of the genetically-engineered super-soldier, Max Guevara, on the Fox