www.guardian.co.uk -- The woman at the centre of one of the most intriguing spying scandals since the cold war reappeared last night after video footage was leaked showing her taking part in a photoshoot for a Russian men's magazine. Anna Chapman, who was swapped in July in the biggest spy exchange between Moscow and Washington for decades, was filmed posing in a series of low-cut dresses and mini-skirts. The shoot for the magazine Heat took place earlier this month in Moscow in the five-star Baltschug Kempinski, overlooking the Kremlin. Tonight the Russian news portal lifenews.ru published a video, in which Chapman, wearing a sequinned turquoise mini-dress, poses with a pair of suitably spy-like dark glasses. In another frame, she sits by the window with the Kremlin's spires and towers in the background. In breathless Russian prose, lifenews.ru last night described Chapman as "the girl about whom thousands of men dream" and described the session as "sensational".
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