Kate Upton is known for being easy on the eye in her bikini-clad photo shoots. But recently the model decided to sue the website Celeb Jihad for posting fake nude photos of her from Sports Illustrated shoot.
Kate Upton is one sexy and hot celebrity. She makes most of her dollars from pictures and images of her cavorting around in little more than three handkerchiefs with strings attached which are then tied on the vital parts of her body.
But when the media star exploded over a couple of fake naked photographs of her taken from her Sports Illustrated shoot in Celeb Jihad, it was time for Lady Litigation to come out into the open.
Celeb Jihad had copied photos of her topless and airbrushed them. This was taken as an offense by the model, even though she knew that the illustrations were absolutely false in terms of reality.
Celeb Jihad is infamous for its fake nude photos so it wasn’t that much of a big deal. Yet this otherwise savvy model showed the height of immaturity by threatening to sue the site owners.
Kate’s managers delivered an email to the site threatening lawsuit level action unless the so-called offensive pictures were removed. The site has complied and replaced the pictures. Instead of them it has put up pictures of her rising from a pool. So far, so good!
Kate also recently engaged in some fun-filled shenanigans with Detroit Tigers catcher Bryan Holaday. She…get this…helped him look sexy in a one piece swimsuit! Her affair meanwhile had been heating up with Justin Verlander, who is Bryan’s teammate.
Kate is enjoying her life and is also portrayed in virtually all the fashion magazines of the world. She especially holds a cherished position as a fantasy figure in Sports Illustrated.
What she wears for the photo shoots is proper fodder for a fertile imagination. And yet she gets all riled up over a few fake nude pictures. When you come down to it there is not much of a difference between the partially clothed state and the unclothed state. Then the question is: why the fuss!?