She's been placed under a high court order banning her from divulging the lurid details about her relationship with Ryan Giggs.
But that hasn't stopped Imogen Thomas from making light of the whole situation in a new photoshoot.
Imogen, 28, appears in men's magazine Nuts this week where she poses almost nude apart from some strategically placed black tape.
The Welsh glamour model, who won Miss Wales in 2003, is barely contained by the tape as she pulls a series of seductive poses in front of a yellow background.
Baring a slight resemblance to the bizarre 'belt top' worn by Jodie Marsh some years ago, Imogen's duct tape dress does little to 'gag' her silicone-enhanced assets.
The raunchy set of photos were taken by a former glamour model named Zoe McConnell and are accompanied by a predictably suggestive interview.
In the chat with Nuts, Imogen says her rudest night out in the UK would occur in London.
She told the men's magazine: 'You can pretty much do anything you like in London and no one bats an eyelid. You can go out without a stitch on and people don’t even notice. Manchester’s a close second.'
Imogen also named Rihanna as her 'sexiest celebrity of 2011', saying: '[It] has to be Rihanna. Everything she does is sexy – her videos, the way she moves, the way she dresses. That girl drips sex!'
Earlier this month the former Big Brother star returned to the High Court, where she tried to lift an order preventing her from revealing details of her relationship with married footballer Ryan Giggs.
She put in a bid to lift a gagging order obtained by the footballer seven months ago.
The former Miss Wales arrived at court with her legal team to ask Mr Justice Eady for the right to make a public statement about the case.
But after almost two hours of legal wranglings in private the judge reserved judgment with no firm date given for his final ruling.
Before ordering the press and public to leave court he said the application was about 'what if anything can be said in public by way of a statement.'
At an earlier hearing Mr Justice Eady said even though Giggs had been named - the injunction was still in place to stop his family being 'engulfed in a cruel and destructive media frenzy.'