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Michael Bay Made Megan Fox Privately Model Skimpy Clothes For Cast And Crew

"Megan Fox modeled all her 'Transformers' skimpy outfits for Michael Bay"

July 3. 2009

Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox


Actress Megan Fox, who dissed Transformers movie director Michael Bay yesterday, revealed in an interview, how he made her parade around in the skimpy costumes she wears in the film, for the male cast and and crew. Horndogs!

She stated right there in the press conference (LOL) that Bay arranged for a private display of the skanky gear, he had costume designers make for her to wear in the film, asking her to change into all 18 costumes, for the male members of the cast. That sounds very degrading.

It sounds like she was treated like a stripper for their amusement. It also sounds like she resented it. It also sounds like they tried to pass her around. No career is worth that. None of these men would be amused if someone did that to their daughters one day.

Michael Bay and Megan Fox

Previously, Fox complained of older male entertainment industry members trying to have sex with her. Hmm, wonder who she meant.

Megan Fox modeled all her 'Transformers' skimpy outfits for Michael Bay

...Watch the video (sorry about the terrible lighting!) to see Megan describe how she had to try on all her eighteen of her scanty T2 costumes and and model them for director Michael Bay, while he was in a casting meeting with Shia LaBeouf and Ramon Rodriguez.

Objectified much?


Megan Fox insecure over her looks

Jun 25, 2009 ...she also worries about making stupid comments which may come back to haunt her. Megan said: "I'm not coping very well with all this. Really I'm insane and I don't know how to control my mouth, but I'm working on it."




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