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Sheen`s ex Bree Olson stars in controversial Chicago billboard

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Charlie Sheen's ex-goddess and former porn star Bree Olson is now starring in a new controversial billboard across the street from the Rock n' Roll McDonalds on Ontario and Clark Streets.

The billboard says, "Because the best job is a b**w job."

"The first time I saw it I was shocked to be quite frank and I do have children, I have eight. I have a lot of kids so that was quite disappointing and McDonalds was always somewhere that I took my children," said Lexie Neal.

Snapshots taken from the second floor of the McDonalds in Downtown Chicago show a clear view of the lewd message. Neal describes how she would explain the sexually-charged slogan to her child.

"It's a pretty lady on the picture, basically, that's what I would have to say and I wouldn't comment on the rest of it," said Neal.

The billboard's concept was created by ArrangementFinders.com, a dating website for women seeking mutually beneficial relationships. The site boasts it's Bree Olson certified. Its marketing director, A.J. Perkins, says the billboard's taboo topic was in response to Chicago's unemployment rate but he also said Chicago's high female to male ratio attracted the site's creators to the city.

"It's only really offensive to the people who are really against things like that," said John Markovich.

Attorney Daliah Saper breaks down the city's code concerning unlawful material harmful to minors and if the billboard's message qualifies.

"It's really difficult to make that decision," Saper says. "The city's code is really aimed at prohibiting the widespread distribution of pornography or anything else that's clearly elicit. I think it's going to be a matter of public outcry for the city to really step in and maybe limit perhaps the 1st amendment rights of the billboard."

According to ArrangementFinder.com's CMO AJ Perkins, debuting the sexy new billboard in Chicago was a real no-brainer. "Chicago has more members on ArrangementFinders than any major U.S. city, 41,230 to be exact," boasts Perkins.

The dating site already has its sights set on several nearby locations to erect additional Bree billboards in the coming weeks.

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