Charlie Sheen and Denise Richard's 19-year-old daughter shared several photos and snaps during the recent New York Fashion Week, including a picture of her holding a copy of the famous Playboy magazine. She posed in a vintage clothing store, standing in front of a Playboy centerfold as well. Sami Sheen simply captioned the slides with the New York Fashion Week hashtag and nothing else. Other photos in the post featured a runway moment and some cozy pictures with a young guy whom she kissed in another video post on a rainy Manhattan night. Sami loves to share moments Instagram The teenager shared more pictures from her time in New York, especially street shots. Weeks ago, Sami stunned with a two-piece swimsuit look from her relaxation in Malibu, California. She showed off her bikini body from various angles and also gave a view of the beautiful ocean waves. RELATED: Charlie Sheen And Denise Richards’ Daughter Sami Shares Body Positivity Message Amid OnlyFans Scandal "YOU ARE PERFECTION SAMI," a fan commented on the swimsuit look. "Shining always," another user wrote. Sami has previously shown off her gorgeous body and back tattoos in other posts, causing her followers to gush and compliment her as always. Instagram Sami's relationship with her parents Sami's bond with her parents has not always been smooth. While growing up, she had a rift with her mother, Denise, claiming she felt "trapped," hence her decision to live with her father, Charlie. However, after a while, the newly formed father-daughter relationship turned sour as Charlie was against his daughter's decision to open an OnlyFans account. Sami didn't hesitate to move in with her mother after her dad disapproved of her actions. Instagram "This did not occur under my roof. I do not condone this, but since I'm unable to prevent it, I urged her to keep it classy creative and not sacrifice her integrity," the actor told Yahoo Entertainment at the time. A week after Sami opened her OnlyFans, Denise followed suit to support her, hoping she would inspire women to "own their own narrative and live authentically true to themselves."