Miley Cyrus’ crotch is out of control. Just days after Perez was under fire for posting a photoshopped picture of Cyrus’ lady bits, Reuters has followed with a new questionable photo. The “Can’t Be Tamed” singer has been trotting around in little more than lingerie and skin tight outfits that look like they were bought from a poor man’s Victoria’s Secret. So it’s no surprise when photos of crotch hanging out hit the net. (Click HERE for her previous crotch revealing pics.)
But the question is…Miley is 17. Is this child pornography? She is desperate to convince us she is an adult and is doing everything to shed her kid friendly Hannah Montana image. This is very reminiscent of some other fallen pop stars over-eager to use sex appeal as a selling point…ahem…Britney Spears….Lindsay Lohan…Christina Aguilera. Let’s hope she has a different fate and won’t be shaving her head and snorting her paychecks while crying outside of her former lesbian lover’s home.
Reuters, which is a respectable media outlet, put the photo on display for sell. This has raised eyebrows.
A Reuters representative speaking on background admitted that the photo had caused concern in the photo department because of Miley’s age, but that was weighed against the fact that it occurred on stage in front of hundreds of people and other cameras, as well as the fact that the teen sensation is transitioning away from “Hannah Montana” and into a more grown-up performer.
The Reuters rep also said that the photo was “sent only to print clients and was kept from transmission to online clients and culturally sensitive areas.” But FOXNews.com, an online client, was able to purchase and download the photo, and saw no usage restrictions at all on the photo.
“The picture was not Photoshopped,” the representative added. It also doesn’t come close to meeting the definition of child porn, one expert said. “The picture is not prosecutable,” former Los Angeles sex crimes prosecutor Robin Sax said. “It is a question of intent, and here the picture is taken on stage, in public, and its purpose is not child pornography. It was not intended to promote pornography.”
Her crotch is about to be over-famed and will soon become as interesting as documentary on baking soda. Over it.
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