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Friday 24 October 2014

Vanessa strips off for latest role

Vanessa Hudgens plays a prostitute in her new film

Vanessa Hudgens is seen performing a raunchy pole dance in her new film, The Frozen Ground.

The former Disney star plays a teen prostitute and one scene from the film shows her dancing in a strip club in her underwear, says The Sun.

In a clip from the film, Vanessa's character Cindy dances around a strip club pole wearing black underwear and heavy eyeliner before getting close to a group of men at the bar.

The Frozen Ground sees Vanessa's character beaten almost to death in an Alaskan motel room.

A local policeman played by Nicolas Cage is the only one to listen to her story and believes she is the only surviving victim of a serial killer - but with no support from his department he sets about finding the killer with just Cindy.

Vanessa, 24, who became famous starring in High School Musical, has taken on more adult roles recently.

Her last project was Spring Breakers which saw her robbing a store and getting steamy with co-stars James Franco and Ashley Benson.

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