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Lili Reinhart looks like a femme fatale as she dons vampy bodysuit for sexy black and white shots

Lili Reinhart looks like a femme fatale as she dons vampy bodysuit for sexy black and white shots

She plays girl-next-door Betty Cooper on Riverdale.

But Lili Reinhart showed off her sexy side in a series of sultry new black and white Instagram photos on Thursday. 

The Ohio-native, 24, was in total bombshell mode ass she slipped into a vampy black leotard with ostrich feathers framing her bust.

Leggy lady: Lili Reinhart showed off her stellar stems while modeling a sexy black leotard on Instagram Thursday

She posed legs wide, standing tall in stilettos as she hiked up her thigh-high stockings.

Continuing the pin-up vibes in the snaps, which were from Jenner sister favorite Sasha Samsonova, Lili had her blonde hair in voluminous waves. 

In another shot the Hustlers actress turned to the side and leaned against a glass balcony which offered up a reflection of her perky derriere.

Lili was sassy as ever in her caption, writing: ‘Hey, I’m here to step on your ego.’

Strike a pose: The 24-year-old Ohio native was in bombshell mode as she posed for Jenner-beloved photographer Sasha Samsonova

Strike a pose: The 24-year-old Ohio native was in bombshell mode as she posed for Jenner-beloved photographer Sasha Samsonova

Cordial: Lili's jaw-dropping shoot come not long after ex and Riverdale co-star Cole Sprouse was seen walking hand-in-hand with Canadian model Ari Fournier

Cordial: Lili’s jaw-dropping shoot come not long after ex and Riverdale co-star Cole Sprouse was seen walking hand-in-hand with Canadian model Ari Fournier 

Lili’s jaw-dropping shoot come not long after ex and Riverdale co-star Cole Sprouse was seen walking hand-in-hand with Canadian model Ari Fournier.

It’s likely he met the model in Vancouver while filming the fifth season of Riverdale, which began airing its first few episodes in January.

The season will mark a significant shift for the dark mystery show, as Archie and his  have finished up their senior year of high school in the first few episodes, which were meant to be included in the fourth season but were left off after the coronavirus pandemic shut down production.

Now, the timeline will shift six years in the future, when the now-scattered friends are reunited to solve another mystery.

Bizarre: She had a mystery of her own on her hands when she learned someone had impersonated her in an interview with Seventeen Magazine in late January; seen in 2019 in Toronto

Bizarre: She had a mystery of her own on her hands when she learned someone had impersonated her in an interview with Seventeen Magazine in late January; seen in 2019 in Toronto

Lili had her own mystery to solve late in January, when she learned someone had been impersonating her in interviews with Seventeen Magazine and The Daily Express.

The Chemical Hearts star reposted a statement from Seventeen to her Instagram Stories explaining the con.

‘Today, we briefly published a story with information we were led to believe was from Lili Reinhart,’ the magazine wrote.

Addressing it: The actress wrote: 'For some bizarre reason, someone impersonated me in an interview with @Seventeen. Nothing inappropriate was said, but those were not my words and I wanted to address it'

Addressing it: The actress wrote: ‘For some bizarre reason, someone impersonated me in an interview with @Seventeen. Nothing inappropriate was said, but those were not my words and I wanted to address it’

‘However, it was brought to our attention that the person who contacted us was, in fact, an impersonator and had no connection to the Riverdale star. We want to sincerely apologize to Lili and her fans for this unfortunate situation. 

‘We reacted swiftly by removing the story from our site and regret the erroneous reporting. We take full responsibility and will be internally reviewing our editorial and fact-checking processes to ensure something like this does not happen again.’

Lili added her own thoughts, writing: ‘For some bizarre reason, someone impersonated me in an interview with @Seventeen. Nothing inappropriate was said, but those were not my words and I wanted to address it.’

So far, the impersonator hasn’t been identified, though it did inspire a short-lived Twitter meme.

Retraction: They weren't the only media outlet duped by the imposter, as reporter Lucas Hill-Paul from The Daily Express revealed his recent interview was with the same fake, and they had to go through the 'correct legal procedure' of retracting the story; seen in 2018 in NYC

Retraction: They weren’t the only media outlet duped by the imposter, as reporter Lucas Hill-Paul from The Daily Express revealed his recent interview was with the same fake, and they had to go through the ‘correct legal procedure’ of retracting the story; seen in 2018 in NYC

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