Muslim model upsets family by posing nude for Playboy

Sila Sahin, a 25-year-old Turkish Muslim living in Berlin, created a controversy when she posed nude for Playboy recently.

She was regarded as a role model for young Muslim girls and starred in top German television soap opera 'Good Times, Bad Times'.

However, her Playboy rendezvous has outraged her family and Muslim fans, reports the Daily Mail.

The latest issue of German edition of Playboy has her sensually 'uncovering' one of her breasts.

Sahin seems to be sending a clear and deliberate message to her conservative Turkish family, "I did it because I wanted to be free at last. These photographs are a liberation from the restrictions of my childhood," she reportedly told the media.

Sahin's declared intention was to use the controversial Playboy photoshoot as a call to action for other Turkish girls who suffer because women' choices are often limited, husbands are chosen for the girls and chastity closely controlled.

Sahin is the first Turkish woman ever to strip for Playboy.

Exclusively for the readers of Popcorn Media is a collage, though it is censored.

Despite her bold move, though, Sahin wants her family forgiveness, "I hope you can forgive me. Please let me come home," she said in an emotional TV interview.