Bree Maddox first graced the pages of Australian Penthouse in May 1999. She dazzled our readers with her spectacular body and warm, vibrant personality. Now, through reader votes, Bree has won the title of Pet of the Year—which means she is officially the most desirable woman in Australia.
After only a short career of posing nude, the strawberry blonde former Miss Teen Australia from Western Australia has been photographed in Paris and the USA, has her own business and is studying at university. Plus she is still only 20 years old.
How was your photo shoot?
“We had a ball. The photographer (Bambi) made me feel seductive—a temptress. I was the male fantasy. I’m proud of my body and I love to show it off. When I’m in that mood there is no shame in touching myself. I know how to pleasure myself and there is nothing more beautiful than a woman masturbating.”
What made you want to appear in Australian Penthouse?
“An Australian Penthouse shoot has been my ambition all along. It’s very prestigious. Only a handful of girls are chosen each year to be a Pet and it was a big challenge.
After my May shoot I actually felt like I had grown as a woman. I came back after that and did one of my hottest-ever live shows.”
Your May edition appearance also landed you in the middle of a censorship debate in Western Australia…
“These people (W.A. Classification Board) shouldn’t be deciding what an 18-year-old can read or look at. They are old enough to be grandparents and are so far behind the times. What they are saying is that [people my age in Western Australia] are less equipped to handle explicit images than those in NSW or Victoria!
“For example, I understand there are no laws to protect children but this is ridiculous; the men in W.A. are definitely not children!”
How did you get started in nude modelling?
“I was 18 and desperately wanted to move out of home, so I answered an ad in a paper which read ’10-minute shoot, topless, $150′. The pics were so embarrassing, but it was a start. I sent them to Picture magazine and told them I wanted to be a centrefold. That issue was a sell-out. It was Bambi who introduced me to Australian Penthouse.”
Are your strip shows tougher now that you are a Pet?
“Guys expect to be blown away every time and that’s tough when you come out for your sixth show of the night. But that’s what I’m here for: the fans. I wouldn’t be anywhere without them. I never do a half-arsed show.”
Tell us about you show?
“They aren’t filthy or slutty. I can do a vibrator show, but it has dignity. It’s not about how much I can shove up myself. It’s ‘look how classy it can be. Look how much I’m enjoying myself’.”
Do you remember your first show?
“Yes, it was four guys in a chocolate factory. I was 18 and it was heaven. I received a lot of chocolate that day! It was nothing like my first strip club. I was so nervous that I didn’t want to go on stage. When I finally did though, they couldn’t get me off!”
Have your looks always grabbed so much attention?
“I felt like an ugly duckling at high school, and sometimes I don’t feel I’ve changed much. Some mornings I wake up in my tracky dacks and dressing gown, and go to the mirror and say to myself, ‘You’re a Penthouse Pet’ and I have to laugh. I’m so normal——I wake up and have my Coco Pops, feed my dogs, go to uni and do the washing. I’m just a normal chick doing an extraordinary job. I’m still just a young girl from WA. I’m no diva.”