Monday, November 30, 2015

Philly real estate agent in Playboy

Megan Heaton, who's gone the seminude route before, is in January/February's "Employee of the Month" feature.

Philly real estate agent in Playboy

Megan Heaton in her "at-work" photo and, in a detail at right, her off-duty look. / Playboy photos
Megan Heaton in her "at-work" photo and, in a detail at right, her off-duty look. / Playboy photos

Williamstown-bred Rutgers-Camden grad Megan Heaton turns up in both business and birthday suits in the "Employee of the Month" feature in Playboy's January/February issue.

The mag selected Heaton, 26, who now lives in Center City, for her part-time work in real estate. (Her current full-time job is with a company that sells a scar-alleviating product to dermatologists and plastic surgeons.)

Heaton's been modeling for several years. She was "Miss Howard TV" in November 2008 for Howard Stern's Howard TV On Demand and placed in the top 10 of Maxim's “Hometown Hottie" contest for Philadelphia in 2007.

Playboy quotes her as saying that when she's trying to sell real estate to a couple, she "kind of" flirts with the woman. "Even if a guy thinks he is the decision-maker, if she's not happy, it's not happening."

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