Aubrie Lemon has one of the hardest bodies ever to grace the beaches of Florida. It is due to her childhood love of cross-country racing and tennis that she was able to get in such great shape at such a young age. To get the tan, she spent her early years chilling on Daytona beach as a lifeguard we would all love to be saved by (red has never looked so good).
Don't get us wrong, Aubrie isn't just looks, she is also highly intelligent. In fact she is qualified for MENSA (largest, oldest, and most famous high-IQ society in the world) When she was not out working the bod as a kid she spent time teaching piano and playing the harp (cue the angels) at paid events. In fact, it was her musical talent that helped put her through school on a harp scholarship (paired with another scholarship for cross-country).
Eventually, Aubrie made her way out to LA and started modeling to pick up a few extra dollars. Before she knew it, the phone was ringing off the hook and what had been a hobby quickly turned into a full time job.
When she does have time to get back to her old hobbies, Aubrie finds herself spending time with animals and doing whatever she can to help them in both urban and rural settings. In an effort to protect the world's wildlife, Aubrie is an active participant in the National Geographic Society. At the same time, she works to help local animals by participating in a series of events for the Los Angeles Zoo.
Keep an eye on Aubrie Lemon and case #23 as you'll be seeing plenty more of her.