Amanda Seyfried Nude Photos Removed From Website After Legal Threat

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Amanda Seyfried Nude Photos Removed

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Amanda Seyfried Nude Photos Removed

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Nude photos of Amanda Seyfried have been removed from the website, Celeb Jihad, after it was threatened with a lawsuit for publishing the hacked pictures.

As Gossip Cop reported, private pictures of the actress, some of which feature her engaging in sexual acts with ex-boyfriend Justin Long, were leaked online Wednesday. Celeb Jihad, a site that frequently posts both real and photoshopped nude photos of celebrities, was among the outlets to release the images. Shortly after doing so, Seyfried’s lawyer sent Celeb Jihad a legal letter demanding the site take down the hacked pictures or face a lawsuit. “These photographs are believed to have been leaked, i.e., wrongfully obtained by a third party or parties without Ms. Seyfried’s knowledge or consent,” stated the cease and desist document.

The website, however, kept the explicit photos on its website for around 24 hours before finally deleting the post on Thursday. In its place, the outlet posted a series of photoshopped images featuring Seyfried’s face on a different women’s nude body, as well as a handful of nude scenes from her movies. “Amanda Seyfried is claiming that she is the copyright holder of the leaked photos, so we have replaced them with Amanda’s nude scenes and vastly superior naked photos,” explained the post.

Gossip Cop reached out to the editor of Celeb Jihad for a comment about the decision to take down Seyfried’s photos, and we’re exclusively told, “Amanda’s vile photos were emitting too many [demons] and infesting our holy Islamic website.” The editor added, in a seemingly tongue-in-cheek manner, “We have replaced them with much more halal nude photos of her which were no doubt taken before she was defiled by the micropenis of actor Justin Long.”


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