Ben Affleck Exposed Amy Adams Nude While Filming ‘Justice League’?

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Ben Affleck Amy Adams Nude Justice League

By Andrew Shuster |

Ben Affleck Amy Adams Nude Justice League

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Ben Affleck did NOT accidentally expose Amy Adams nude while filming a scene for the upcoming Justice League movie, despite a made-up tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this claim. We’re told it “never happened.”

According to the National Enquirer, the two were supposedly shooting a scene in which Adams’ character, Lois Lane, kisses Affleck’s Bruce Wayne while he’s wearing his Batman suit. A so-called “on-set spy” tells the tabloid, in oddly unnatural language, “The two were getting hot and heavy under the lights when Amy’s silky blouse suddenly got caught on Bat Guy’s chest of armor plate and… RIP!”

The magazine’s dubious source continues, “When he suddenly stepped back, the front of Amy’s blouse came with him!” The seemingly phony insider further claims Adams was left naked in front of the entire crew and then fled for her dressing room. As fake as this story sounds, Gossip Cop still checked in with a reliable source close to the situation, and we’re exclusively assured this supposed incident simply “never happened.”

Of course, we’re not shocked the tabloid would publish this concocted tale. Gossip Cop has more than once busted the Enquirer for making up bogus behind-the-scenes stories from movie sets. We recently debunked the outlet’s false claim that Brad Pitt rescued Marion Cotillard from drowning while filming a scene for their WWII film, Allied. And shortly before that piece of fiction, we corrected the magazine’s phony story about a supposed wardrobe malfunction leaving Scarlett Johansson nude on the set of Ghost in the Shell. These on-set mishaps simply never occurred, and the same goes for this latest one involving Affleck and Adams.

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Ben Affleck exposed a nude of Amy Adams while filming “Justice League.”

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