Jessica Biel played the daughter of a minister on the almost sickeningly wholesome TV series 7th Heaven. The long-running series followed the Camden family, with Protestant minister Reverand Eric Camden at the helm, and was praised as one of the most family-friendly shows on air. Back when she was 17, Jessica posed topless for Gear magazine, with the sexy photoshoot being released on her 18th birthday — and while she still played Mary Camden on 7th Heaven. The actress — who is married to Justin Timberlake — has now admitted that she had to apologise to executive producer Aaron Spelling for the photoshoot, which she now regrets.
Jessica Biel on her topless photo shoot scandal: ‘It just went a little awry’
Jessica Biel on topless ‘Gear’ scandal: ‘It just went a little awry’
Jessica Biel on 7th Heaven. Source:News Corp Australia. Jessica Biel with her 7th Heaven castmates. Source:News Limited. At one stage during her time on the show Biel did cut her hair without getting approval from producers and she got into a lot of trouble.
Hollywood leading lady: Jessica Biel with her on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Timberlake. Hollywood star Jessica Biel has revealed she cringes over naked scenes in the disastrous film, Powder Blue. In the revealing interview Biel, 29, said that said it was 'brutal' to see her naked body plastered all over the Internet in the clip from the movie. She played a stripper trying to earn money to raise her terminally ill son in the film - which went straight to DVD.
The 7th Heaven actor has previously slammed co-star Jessica Biel's sexy photo-shoot, calling it "child pornography". Stephen Collins slammed actress Jessica Beil's sexy photoshoot, calling it "child pornography". The 7th Heaven actor, who played the star's dad on the religious family-friendly show, spoke out about the controversial shoot in before his recent alleged admission to molesting children in She's 17, a minor … Jessica's photo spread was child pornography. The showbiz world has reacted to news this week that Stephen was 'secretly recorded' by his ex-wife during a therapy session, in which he allegedly admitted to abusing three young girls between the ages of 10 and