Abi Titmuss plays mysterious femme fatale as she makes movie debut in American crime thriller Girls After Dark

ABI Titmuss plays a mysterious femme fatale as she makes her movie debut in American crime thriller Girls After Dark.

The former glamour model, 43, plays a secretive character who ends up crossing paths with private eye Clyde Cooper – played by Jordi Vilasuso.

Clyde is hired to track down a missing girl on the run from a mysterious Silicon Valley corporation, and that's how he meets Abi's character, Loretta Berman.

The film was first released in America in November last year, and is yet to score a UK release date.

Abi first came to public attention as the girlfriend of TV presenter John Leslie whom she met in a Fulham bar on April 10, 1999

She broke into the media in 2003 after being pictured beside Leslie when a sexual assault case against him collapsed.

But the couple split not long after.

In an interview in 2013, Abi told The Sun that if she met Leslie now, she wouldn't have let him chat her up, she said: "If I could do it all again I would act differently.

"I would walk out of that bar and never look back.”

She is also a poker player and has competed in a number of championships.

At the peak of her fame she could command £30,000 for a single photo shoot and appeared in reality TV shows including Celebrity Love Island, where she enjoyed a brief romance with footballer Lee Sharpe.

She was once placed seventh in a poll of the world's 100 sexiest women.

However she said: "I was being offered a lot of money to do shoots. I thought I could handle it. But I couldn't. They created this caricature of a person that I didn't recognise.

"I was always the same Abigail inside.

"I studied Latin at school, I'm from a good family. But the image that was created was nonsense."

The 43-year-old decided to turn her back on the lads mag life and moved to the US where she joined the cast of soap opera Days of Our Lives.

She tied the knot with Days of Our Lives co-star Ari Welkom in May 2017 and gave birth to their first child later that year.

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