The October issue of Rolling Stone features "Jennifer's Body" star [movieperson id="333331"]Megan Fox[/movieperson] on the cover showing off a black leotard with leather trim and a skin-revealing mesh column running from her neckline to her belly button. The 23-year-old starlet looks like a femme fatale ready for a day at the beach.
It was just one outfit in renowned photographer Mark Seliger's shoot that had Fox rocking a vintage bustier, perilously high heels and, while frying up some bacon, a pair of butt-hugging jean shorts. In behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot obtained by MTV News, Fox poses outside in front of a white backdrop, lounges on a chair while flipping through some records and splays out on a cream-color rug.
Skin wasn't the only thing Fox revealed for Rolling Stone. In a candid interview, the actress spoke about sleeping naked, spooning with her off-and-on boyfriend Brian Austin Green and how her "ridiculously bad temper" has led her to threaten to kill the former "90210" star.
"I've had to say to Brian, 'You have to go and stop talking to me, because I'm going to kill you. I'm going to stab you with something. Please leave,' " she said. "I'd never own a gun for that reason. I wouldn't shoot to kill. But I would shoot him in the leg, for sure."
Confessing to being a serial monogamist, Fox said Green is actually only the second boyfriend she's ever had. "I can never have sex with someone that I don't love, ever, ever, ever," she said. "The idea makes me sick. I've never even come close to having a one-night stand. I'd be terrified. I wouldn't enjoy anything about it. I'm not sexually promiscuous. I've only been single for the seven-month period between my first boyfriend and the one I have now."
Though she continues to make frank statements about her personal life, Fox maintains that she's tired of having everything she says "sensationalized" and is constantly afraid that she's being made fun of by the media.
"I have a sick feeling of being mocked all the time," Fox confessed. "I have a lot of self-loathing."