Student Doctor Who’s Also A Playboy Bunny Changed Her Name So People Can’t Find Her Nudes

A student doctor who also works as a Playboy Bunny has admitted she changed her name in order to keep people in her professional circle from finding her nudes. Danielle Lupo knows how common it is to Google people you know and she didn’t want her two careers to mix, hence the identity change. The New Jersey native just finished pre-med school and is on her way to becoming a doctor, but she also pulls shifts at New York’s Playboy Club and understandably prefers to keep both separate.

 

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  1. She only became interested in the medical field recently. Danielle didn’t grow up wanting to be a doctor – she only realized her interest in the field after a serious accident. “I got in a bad accident and I had to go to the hospital and that’s when I got exposed to all the kinds of things you can do in medical,” the 24-year-old told The Sun. “After just graduating last year I’m looking at medical schools and doctoral programs all while working as a cardiographic technician.
  2. Being a Playboy Bunny while studying to become a doctor was a no-brainer. After all, who could turn down such great money for relatively fun and easy work? “It’s great money on the side and I had a lot of fun doing a bunch of different shoots and I got into multiple international Playboy issues,” she explained. “I had the best time and it was just an honor to be published and then the Playboy club New York just opened and I tried out and got the position as a Playboy bunny. That was really cool, I was dressing up at night and going to school and working at the hospital (during the day).”
  3. Danielle loves having the ability to let loose. In the medical profession, you’re required to be 100% serious all the time as people’s lives are in your hands. However, her night gig gives her a chance to let loose and enjoy herself in a more relaxed setting. “I looked at it as two part-time jobs that would fill my schedule, I guess you could say they contradicted each other,” Danielle said. “The medical field is super conservative and Playboy is obviously free and liberating.”
  4. It’s not easy to find a balance, but she has no plans on giving up her Playboy work. Trying to become a doctor is a full-time job in and of itself, but she still has no qualms about making time for both jobs in her life. “While the club was open, it would consist of me making sure I had my homework in on time, before commuting an hour from Jersey to New York,” Danielle said. “It was an experience I wouldn’t trade for anything, I’m glad that I could find balance in both aspects of my life because I wouldn’t want to give up either one honestly.”
  5. Changing her name was a smart move. “For my full nude pictorial in the Czech Republic I used a different name because I’m going to be a doctor one day and I don’t want people googling me and seeing that,” she said. While there’s no reason that a woman who does nude modeling, sex work, or anything of the sort should be discriminated against or taken less seriously, sadly, that’s the world we live in, so this is probably a good choice.

 

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