Post link 18 June 2015, 1:04
By Danika Fears June 16, 2015 | 10:25pm
Thomas Richardson/Polaris

She masqueraded as a black woman — and a model.

With blond braids flowing down to her kneecaps, former NAACP chapter president Rachel Dolezal struck seductive poses in a woodsy setting in this 2012 shoot with Spokane-based photographer Thomas Richardson.

In some of the sultry snaps, she’s in a glam purple gown, and in others, she’s dressed in a cropped halter top to show off a navel ring.
The vanity shots appear to be portfolio filler — even though there is no evidence that Dolezal has ever actually done anything professionally.

Dolezal claims to have done some “modeling” in her bio on the Spokane, Wash., NAACP’s website.
In a Tuesday interview, Dolezal said she does her hair herself and uses a weave to fashion her now-signature look.
“I do everything myself,” she boasted to NBCBLK.

“When I put my locks in, it usually takes about three days, because your arms get tired.”
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