Come now, unbelievers...prove your case. Convince me that the rest of these are fakes as well. Tell me about your OBVIOUS photoshop jobs and "lack of shadows and reflections"...LOL.
This vaguely reminds me of the other dozen hacked (or leaked) celeb phone pic deals, most memorably of Blake Lively. Timeline is usually as follows:
1. Hacker releases some suggestive cellphone photographs of celebrity.
2. Publicist denies it's his/her client.
3. Hacker releases some more suggestive self photographs of said celebrity, including faceless nude shot.
4. Publicist denies it's his/her client in last photo. Poobahs, young lonelies, middle-aged pic-collectors and would-be graphic experts (
) blow raspberries and give thumbs-down to 'obvious fakes'.
5. Hacker releases face-in-picture topless and full-body nude shots, complete with terrible phone picture artifacts, flash bleed remnants and slightly excited shake-blur.
6. Publicist issues boilerplate press release from client decrying felonious hacker, soapboxing privacy, pleading respect, ignoring previous denial and informing world of FBI involvement.
7. Naysayers quietly whistle in background.
8. Hacker/young whippersnapper pats himself on back on pubescent use of limited hangout intelligence tactic. Boasts and gets caught, gets a few years in federal pen. Celeb gets limited bump in fanfare.
9. Repeat with next plateaued beauty.
It shouldn't surprise you that most women with cameras in their phones have suggestive or nude photos of themselves, not have fakes made by fans/friends, although that can likely be true as well.
Pointless and retarded is denying it.