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Kagney Linn Karter on the Cover of Club Magazine

VENICE, CA – Kagney Linn Karter has racked up yet another cover to hang on her wall, this time it’s Club magazine that has put her face on its front page.

The May issue has a Kagney photo layout shot by Holly Randall as well as another feature, “Sweet 16,” which runs down the hottest newbies in the adult industry. Naturally she was included in the feature, which complimented her beauty, sex scenes and acting ability.

“I love Club and I’m so happy to be on the cover,” she said just before leaving Mexico City, where she was in town for the 2010 SEXPO. “I can’t wait to get back to the U.S. to see it!”

Kagney, who signed an exclusive performance contract with Zero Tolerance in January, has also appeared on the covers of Hustler, AVN, Penthouse, Genesis and Cheri.

Club’s May issue is on newsstands now.

Also, Kagney is among the 20 finalists in the Miss FreeOnes contest. Fans can vote for her daily through the end of March at

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