Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon's nude pics faked
Remember how we told you that those nudie photos allegedly stolen from Cheetah Girls member Adrienne Bailon were circulating around the internet? Well, we're sure glad we used the word allegedly, because it turns out all that business was fake. Can't you believe any talentless hack's allegations of wrongdoing anymore?
Bailon's pal Jonathan Jaxson, who founded a site almost as useless as The Juice* called JJsDirt.com, says the whole story was made up "purely to get attention," Us reports. Jaxson confirmed during a CBS interview that the part about photos of Bailon's naked booty was cooked up "to juice" her profile. (We're calling our lawyers right now for that last part.)
The big problem is, after they made up the part of possible nude pictures being stolen, ACTUAL NUDE PICTURES popped up on the Internet, Jaxson said. Whoops.
"Will this hurt her? Will it help her? I think it will help her but in the end, the truth of the whole thing is we staged the whole moment, and it backfired," Jaxson lamented. Watch the interview here.
"What better way to do that than to say that nude pictures could have been stolen from her laptop?" Jaxson said. Oh, we don't know ... how about having some actual ability to entertain and not be so plain-looking you have to remove clothing to get people to notice you? Just a thought.
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