Laetitia Bleger, Miss France stipped of title for six months after Playboy pose MISS FRANCE 2004 winner LAETITIA BLEGER's title has been suspended after she broke committee rules by posing provocatively for PLAYBOY.Disgraced Bleger was banned from sporting her crown and sash for six months after being photographed half-naked in the saucy magazine, and even risked losing the Miss France honour completely after the raunchy faux-pas.The beauty pageant's president GENEVIEVE DE FONTENAY released a statement which reads: "Laetitia Bleger broke the rule forbidding Miss France winners from posing for licentious photos that are either partially or totally revealing."Fontenay told French press agency AFP she was "dismayed and appalled" by Bleger's actions.She seethed, "I expected anything but this from Laetitia Bleger. We can't let this go. The Miss France winners have a status to uphold and they know it."LUCIE DEGLETAGNE, a 2004 runner-up, is to replace Bleger for any forthcoming official Miss France appearances over the next six months.