Jeremy Meeks prowls catwalk in studded black leather jacket at Extremedy's ...

Jeremy Meeks shows off his tattoed physique as he prowls the catwalk in a studded black leather jacket at Extremedy's MFW show

By Gillian Fisher For Mailonline

Published: 02:55 GMT, 22 February 2020 | Updated: 02:55 GMT, 22 February 2020

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He was named the 'world's hottest felon', when his mugshot went viral in 2014.

And Jeremy Meeks, 35, claimed the title of 'hottest model' as he prowled the catwalk in a torso-flashing black leather jacket at Extremedy's Milan Week show on Friday.

The model looked chiseled in the waist length jacket, which sported blue denim shoulder pads with black studs and bore the slogan 'Felony Pride' on the reverse.

Hottest Model: Jeremy Meeks, 35, prowled the catwalk in a torso flashing black leather jacket at Extremedy's Milan Fashion Week show on Friday

Hottest Model: Jeremy Meeks, 35, prowled the catwalk in a torso flashing black leather jacket at Extremedy's Milan Week show on Friday

Former North Side Crips gang member Jeremy wore the jacket over a bare torso and rocked a pair of low sling dark blue jeans.

The Californian native took to the runway in a number of pieces from Extremedy's Fall and Winter collection.

The American house's high-energy show featured an urban inner-city theme complete with cop cars and trashcans billowing fire.

Jeremy went on to don an oversized black boiler suit bearing the phrase 'violation warning' in gothic white calligraphy.

Stunning: Former North Side Crips gang member Jeremy wore the jacket over a bare torso and rocked a pair of low sling dark blue jeans

Stunning: Former North Side Crips gang member Jeremy wore the jacket over a bare torso and rocked a pair of low sling dark blue jeans

Strike a pose: Jeremy went on to don an oversized black boiler suit bearing the phrase 'violation warning' in gothic white calligraphy

Strike a pose: Jeremy went on to don an oversized black boiler suit bearing the phrase 'violation warning' in gothic white calligraphy

Catwalk star: The Californian native took to the runway in a number of pieces from Extremedy's Fall and Winter collection at Milan Fashion Week and marched down police cars

Catwalk star: The Californian native took to the runway in a number of pieces from Extremedy's Fall and Winter collection at Milan Week and marched down police cars

The male model also showcased a red and black streetwear ensemble as

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