[Blind Gossip] This very pretty, under-30 actress is most well-known for her starring role in a TV series that has wrapped.
While most people are focused on wrapping Christmas gifts, her very unpleasant Christmas surprise will be the unveiling of racy selfies of her on the internet.
She may try to claim it’s not her, but that would make her a liar. The tattoo and moles provide an easy match.
She alternatively may try to claim she was hacked, but that would be a lie, too. We happen to know that she took the photos for her musician ex-boyfriend but they got “recirculated.” Her current boyfriend will certainly not be too happy about that.
Stop sending racy photos of yourself over the internet, people!
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[Optional] Dumb girl or innocent victim?
It’s Lucy Hale of Pretty Little Liars!
Lucy Hale sent some text messages. She included some photos of her body in those text messages.
Are the photos real? Yes.
Are we going to publish the photos here? No. This isn’t a p*rn site, people!
We will describe them to you, though. In a strictly clinical way, of course.
The first photo was of her lying on the bed and was mainly of her left breast with a tattoo underneath. She was chatting about a car accident. Yes, that’s odd. Car accidents and nipples aren’t a typical pairing.
The second photo was of her making a duck face and wearing a black camisole that has fallen below her breasts. It was accompanied by text reading “Miss u. My nips out. I was too lazy to take another pic. Hahaha.”
You’ll have to trust us that the photos of her face and her breast match existing bikini photos of Lucy. Lucy Hale has quite a few moles on her torso, and she also has a distinctive tattoo under her left breast reading “Courage, dear heart.”
Here is your bonus literary lesson for the day! The tattoo is likely quoting C.S. Lewis’ The Voyage of the Dawn Treader:
But no one except Lucy knew that as it circled the mast it had whispered to her, “Courage, dear heart,” and the voice, she felt sure, was Aslan’s, and with the voice a delicious smell breathed in her face.
Don’t you feel smarter?
Anyway, those phone photos were shopped around and eventually landed at Celebrity Jihad. Lucy’s attorney immediately sent a letter to the site, claiming that her phone was hacked and that the site needed to take the photos down immediately.
The site took down the phone photos… and then put up some “new” photos which they also claim are of Lucy. No, they are not. Those “new” photos are not real. They are composites of Lucy Hale’s face and some other moley girl’s body. The site probably had so much traffic coming to them that they needed to put something in there to fill the gap, so they went with the fake photos.
The letter from her lawyer brings us to the two points we made in the original blind item: That Lucy Hale might claim that the photos were not of her; and that she might claim she was hacked.
What the Cease & Desist letter does is establish that the photos ARE of Lucy Hale. If they were not photos of her, she would have no legal claim to remove them.
About that “hacking” claim? No. Unlike what we have seen in other hacking cases, no one broke into her computer or a a repository of photos in her cloud account and snagged her photos. This was an entire text conversation that was shared by the person with whom she had the conversation.
Congratulations to Abetty98 for being first with the correct response! Did you catch the “pretty” and “liar” clues? Of course you did!