In the early aughts, I spent a few years dabbling in the world of nude modeling. Why, exactly, a competent, intelligent, and worldly young woman might sacrifice her political ambitions purely by revealing to the world that, yes, she is in possession of a human body never needed to be clarified for any of us. Nearly two decades later, it would seem that those rules are still in effect.
Grantland, the sports and culture outlet founded by Bill Simmons inhas suspended publication indefinitely, according to an ESPN press release issued on Friday afternoon:. Well, probably the same thing you do when you surf the computer all day: look at porn. A note to our readers: In the process of assigning this post, we were informed that its author, historian Greg Grandin, was having his own Kissinger biography reviewed by the New York Times Book Review.
The year-old girl Rhianna Cannell was impersonating was held by police and suspected of being responsible for the disgusting con trick. A teenager used a fake Facebook profile to dupe an autistic young man into sending her naked snaps. Rhianna Cannell then threatened to share the compromising photographs if the vulnerable victim did not pay her, a court heard yesterday.
A Pennsylvania teen may face up to two years behind bars for allegedly taking a photo of himself simulating oral sex with a statue of JesusKron 4 reports. On Tuesday, the year-old — whose name has not been released by police — was charged with desecration of a venerated objectthe Smoking Gun reported. If convicted, he could wind up spending two years in a juvenile jail, according to Kron 4. JT Eberhard writes:.
Skip navigation! The number of teenage girls being exploited by fake model scouts has increased drastically in the last few years because of social media, according to leading model agencies. Scammers are using Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat to extract explicit photos from vulnerable young people, which are later used against them to extort money.
Scammers are using a famous modeling agency's name to con young women into sending them nude photos, according to a new report from The Guardian. Last week, the publication reported that people are setting up fake Instagram and Facebook accounts and posing as scouts for Storm Model Management, the company that represents supermodels including Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, and Cindy Crawford. From there, scammers contact teen girls and ask them to send nude photos and take part in video calls, during which scammers ask their targets to take off their clothes.
But I digress. Although it was refreshing to see DeepNude withhold their disrobing services, one thing can be said with absolute certainty: we have not seen the end of it. Already it is being reported that altered versions of the app are being sold online, which should shock nobody.
We debunked a lot of fake viral photos this year. Eighty-six, to be exact. And that doesn't even include all those fake toilet photos from the Sochi Olympicsthose fake Ebola curesand all the lies that UberFacts helped spread.
A growing number of teenage girls are being approached online by fake model recruiters who lure them into sending indecent images of themselves, which are later used to extort money. Facebook and Instagram accounts are being set up in the names of leading model agencies such as Storm Model Management, which discovered Kate Moss and represents Cindy Crawford. Girls receive messages from someone who claims to be recruiting for the agency; they are encouraged to send topless photos or conduct a Skype interview in which they are asked to remove their clothes or wear lingerie.
By Hannah Sparks and Suzy Weiss. July 16, pm Updated July 16, pm. With subtle body-shaping edits, personal trainer Sia Cooper enhanced breast size, cinched the waist and trimmed thighs and blurred away cellulite. The perfect bikini body once required months of disciplined dieting and regimented workouts.