Corri: I had no idea it would evoke this kind of reaction. I didn't think it was a big deal. I was on CNN, Inside Edition, MSNBC, Fox. I probably got a thousand e-mails a day, to the point where we had to shut down our server. In the U.S., people either loved or hated the ad, but all the e-mails from Europe and Asia were positive.
Playboy: Where did you get the idea?
Corri: Business was slow, and I didn't want the typical advertisement with us sitting there in suits. I wanted something hot and lighthearted.
Playboy: Who's in the pictures?
Corri: We looked at some stock photos, and I didn't think they were hot enough. I didn't want to pay some model for new ones, so I asked my personal trainer to be the guy. The woman is me.
Playboy: Did everyone know that?
Corri: No one did, but they will now. I wanted to wait to reveal that I'm the model. Where better to do it than in Playboy?
Playboy: Do your breasts give you an edge in the courtroom?
Corri: I dress professionally, but I can't hide them. I use the whole package to my advantage: People see the big breasts and the blonde hair, and they underestimate me. One of my clients calls me the Barracuda Barbie.
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