bill-swift - July 17, 2007
It was bound to happen, if not a sex tape, then surely some Lindsay Lohan nude pictures would eventually make their way onto this fine Interweb of ours. Well folks, that day may soon be upon us. According to Page Six, Lindsay Lohan fears that some nude pictures of her taken by former boytoy Calum Best, have been stolen from her computer, and may end up on the Net.
Newly sober Lindsay Lohan is afraid that nude photos taken of her by British bad boy Calum Best have been stolen by a computer hacker and will wind up on the Internet.
Just weeks after sultry shots of Lohan and Vanessa Minnillo goofing around with kitchen knives hit the Web, underground site celebslam.com claims it has its hands on nude photos of Lindsay - and the stalker-ish site is threatening to publish them.
In what Web site owner "Nick" claims to be a G-mail chat between himself and Lohan, the starlet supposedly wrote: "All I know is that someone broke into my computer and left a file on my desktop saying he got the pictures Cal took from me naked."
Regarding the photos, Lohan's rep, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, told Page Six, "Anything is possible. I know nothing about it, but her lawyers have been contacted."
Now here's the thing. Nowhere on celebslam.com did it say that he is threatening to release the pictures, or that he even has them in his possession. In fact, it seems the only reason we even know about the pictures is because Lindsay Lohan couldn't keep her mouth shut. The chat, and the pictures are completely unrelated. Good job being journalists, Page Six. All that exagerration is really helpful.
Obviously, the pictures are out there somewhere. And they will probably end up on a "Lindsay Lohan Exposed" type website very soon. Just remember, when (not if) they do, you'll find out about it right here. Until then, here are some more Lindsay Lohan bikini pictures from July 4th, which I neglected to post. Tons more after the jump.
I wonder if that's the same camera Lindsay and Calum used to take those nude pictures of her...
Photo credit: Pacific Coast News
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