La Toya Jackson
La Toya Jackson
|Born:||May 29, 1956|
Gary, Indiana, U.S.
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Shown:||Topless, Bush, Full frontal, Pink|
La Toya Yvonne Jackson (born May 29, 1956) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, author, television personality, actress, businesswoman, activist and former model . She is the fifth child of the Jackson family. She had a career as a singer throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and returned to music in 2004 with her Billboard charting songs "Just Wanna Dance" and "Free the World". A forthcoming album, Startin' Over, has yet to be released.
In 1987, Jack Gordon was hired to co-manage La Toya by her father, Joseph Jackson. He later took over her management completely.
In March 1989, Jackson posed topless for Playboy magazine. Jackson saw the pictorial as a declaration of independence from her conservative upbringing and "to show my parents they couldn't dictate to me any more—that I control my life."  The cover and layout was one of the most successful issues in Playboy's history, turning Jackson into an overnight sex symbol. At its time of release, it sold over 8 million copies, going on to become the best selling issue of the magazine ever. She posed again in Playboy in November 1991 to promote her autobiography and subsequently acted in a 1994 video for the magazine, becoming one of the first celebrities to have a Playboy video released. She later said that she initially refused to pose for the second spread and for the video, however, Gordon beat her into submission.
- Janet Jackson, sister
Big tit movies / pictures of La Toya Jackson
- Playboy Cyber Club La Toya Jackson (Playboy Playmate and Cyber Girl pictures & movies)
- Randolph, Laura B. 'LaToya Jackson on: fame, family and her future in Paris', July, 1992
- Cherry Pop Records. Cherryred.co.uk. Retrieved on 2010-06-24.
- "'La Toya Jackson files gender-based violence suit against husband.', Jet Magazine, July 15, 1996.
- CNN.com - Transcripts. Transcripts.cnn.com (2003-03-04). Retrieved on 2010-06-24.
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