Stephanie Davis strips off for sizzling lingerie shoot as she reveals she QUIT Hollyoaks and wasn’t fired

Stephanie stripped off for her latest raunchy shoot

Former Hollyoaks babe Stephanie Davis has revealed SHE left Hollyoaks, denying claims she was fired by producers.

The star has stripped off for a sizzling lingerie shoot with Zoo magazine , putting to bed rumours surrounding her sudden exit from the Channel 4 soap.

Stephanie, who played Sinead O’Connor in the TV series, showed off her incredible figure in a series of racy snaps for the mag, wearing lacy black underwear and suspenders as she posed up a storm in front of the camera.

Speaking out for the first time about her Hollyoaks exit, she told the mag: “It was ultimately my choice to leave! I just walked and then the producers told me if I didn’t come back they’d have no option but to terminate my contract, but that it was my choice.

courtesy of ZOO Magazine
Stephanie showed off her incredible figure in the shoot

“I regret the way it ended – I probably should’ve gone about it in a better way, but I was desperate for a break.”

It comes amid rumours the star’s contract was terminated due to heavy partying – but Stephanie has gone on to defend herself.

She added: “I’ve always had fun and when I started the show I did like to party, but I’m just like any normal 22-year-old and I’m sure everyone is the same as they’re growing up – everybody has to be 18 and a little crazy at some point. The drunken thing was there for people to believe if they wanted to but I know people in the industry know me for what I really am.”

courtesy of ZOO Magazine
Stephanie flashed her Rihanna-like tattoo

Speaking about her photo shoot, she added: I’ve always wanted to do a few sexy lingerie shoots but being in a soap was busy work so I didn’t have the time. I’m really happy at the moment and I’d love to strip off for you all again!”

Could this be the start of her modelling career?

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