LOTTIE Moss pulled off one of her sexiest ever looks for a new music video.
The model, 24, transformed into an “emo” version of DC Comics’ flirty villain Harley Quinn in a racy catsuit.
The sheer item left little to the imagination with a cut-out crotch and barely there sides.
And things got even cheekier when she was filmed from behind strutting in huge heels, her bare bum on display.
Feisty Lottie wore her blonde hair in pigtails and struck a sultry pose with a cigarette hanging from her lips.
She gazed at the camera for a series of close-ups showing off her heavy eye makeup.
Last month The Sun revealed Lottie, 24, had grown close to heavily tattooed Cody Colacino.
A source said: “They have really hit it off and have become almost inseparable recently.
“Lottie has been through a tough time but Cody is really supportive and they are having fun together.”
Lottie shared a clip of them holding hands and Cody has even posted a video of her lying in his bed while he has a tattoo done.
Cody is a producer and music artist, who also owns his own record company and clothing brand.
Lottie headed to LA earlier this year after a 28 day stint in rehab because of a “really bad addiction” to cocaine.
She recently claimed she was plied with drink and drugs by agency bosses and was forced to work against her will.
Lottie, the half-sister of supermodel Kate, 48, was signed to a top UK modelling agency before she was dropped last month.
Referring to drug use in the industry, Lottie reckoned: “I think I just thought it was normal and I was going to these events and parties and I was exhausted.
“A lot of the time I would be showing up to set and I didn’t want to do it, I’d be crying my eyes out and they said, ‘we’ll just get you some drugs, you can have a drink and then you’ll be fine’.
“It was very much like that, ‘oh you’ll do this shoot, whether you’re sober or not. It’s going to happen’.
“I was at an event in Rome and I was crying my eyes out in the hotel and I was putting makeup on over my tears, it was bad.
“They were just like, ‘you only have to be downstairs for an hour’.
“I don’t think there were a lot of people in that industry that cared about my wellbeing I have to be real.”
She added: “It’s not a normal thing to do drugs. It shouldn’t be as normalised as it is in the celebrity or fashion industry.”