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Kate Stoltzfus: Sexy Maxim Photo Shoot for 'Breaking Amish' Star

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Tuesday, 02 Jul 2013 04:52 PM

By Teresa Meek


Kate Stoltzfus, who stars in the TLC TV series "Breaking Amish" about young Amish people who move to New York and face difficult decisions, has made a decision of her own to do a revealing photo shoot for Maxim magazine.

Maxim describes itself as “stuffed to the gills with super-sexy photo galleries of the world's most gorgeous girls, as well as hundreds of mind-blowing behind-the-scenes videos of those same sexy celebrities' Maxim cover shoots. In short: This is the place to come to if you love looking at the hottest ladies the planet has to offer.”

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Stoltzfus decided to pursue modeling in New York while filming the TV series. Her career was followed by the show.

Living the Amish life keeps you in shape, Stoltzfus told Maxim.

"There are definitely a lot of Amish women who have great bodies, because they work hard," she said. "They also eat really healthy, since they grow their own food. “

“That's one big thing I miss about home, being able to garden and take care of plants," she added.

Most commenters on the site expressed their fondness for the star and wished her well in her new career.

“During the Amish series she has become a very smart women and with the help of her modeling careerer has become a beautiful girl with a lovely smile. You have the attitude put your nose to the grind and do it.....I have the feeling I will see you on many popular magazines thru the years to come....GOOD LUCK,” posted Richard Shoemaker.

One reader made reference to Stoltzfus’ DUI conviction, which was depicted in the series:

“She is a pretty girl but if she doesn't curb her drinking her looks will fade fast,” Kelley Murray said.

“Breaking Amish” will be back for new season in the fall, but with a new cast, the Huffington Post reports. This time the show will be set in Los Angeles.

Despite persistent rumors that elements of the show are “fake,” it was the highest-rated new show in TLC’s history, averaging 3.2 million viewers in its first season, the Huffington Post reported.

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