"It was a really nice picture, but I happened to be smoking a cigarette, now I’m being blamed not only for anorexia, but for lung cancer. This lady from the American Cancer Association told the New York Daily News that I was a bad role model for teenage girls; and then I see it on TV, they’re doing a big show on it: ‘Are these girls bad role models?’. People like Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwarzenegger go through films killing hundreds of people and then they turn around and call me a bad role model ‘cause I smoke! I just do my job and the media brings it to people’s attention that I’m a smoker; I mean, American magazines don’t show you with a cigarette in your hand, so American teenagers can’t see you smoking unless they see it in a paparazzi picture. So now it’s in ‘Playboy’ - but how many teenage girls are reading ‘Playboy’ anyway? We, for some reason, are expected to be role models, whereas rock’n’roll stars, say, never had to be. They’re just allowed to be the way the are, and it’s fine if they want to do drugs or go off and smash a hotel room up"