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Costa Rican model Melissa Mora at the Pedregal event centre
Costa Rican model Melissa Mora at the Pedregal event centre last weekend.

COSTA RICA EXTRA – It has happened to many famous women around the world, their private parts involuntarily out in the open while on stage or like getting out of a car.

Apparently that’s what happened to Costa Rica’s own, Melissa Mora, last weekend after a show at the Pedegral event centre.

But the model says “no way, not true, nothing was out nor did I show anything”.

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The model stands firm that at no time was there a slip or that she intentionally showed a vaginal lip while wearing on wearing a skimpy denim shorts.

Article originally appeared at Costaricaextra.com

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