Patti Davis, a Reagan kid, posed for Playboy
We didn’t know if to file this under ‘Entertainment’ or ‘Politics’… Back in 1994, Patti Davis, the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, discarded the Reagan name and posed for the July 1994 issue of Playboy magazine using her mother’s maiden name instead.
Patti Davis has always been portrayed as the “wild child” of the Reagan family. Like her brother Ron, she is politically liberal, smoked marijuana, and has her mother’s stubbornness and father’s outspokenness.
She lived with Bernie Leadon of rock group ‘The Eagles,’ and co-wrote the Eagles’ song “I Wish You Peace.”
She was active in the nuclear freeze movement, and later married her yoga instructor.
Davis’s loudest rebellion came at age 41, when she appeared on the cover of Playboy, her breasts cupped by a black man. She also starred in her own direct-to-video “Playboy Celebrity Centerfold”, which showed her cavorting with Monique Parent.