Megan Fox doesn’t want you to look at her naked. In fact, she doesn’t even want you to look at pictures of her head photoshopped on top of other women’s naked bodies. The actress made that clear earlier this week when she fired off a cease and desist letter after a satirical website posted a fake full frontal shot of the Transformers star with some text marveling at how fit she looked just three weeks after giving birth.
Fox likely thought the cease and desist letter would get the image removed immediately, but unfortunately for her, Celeb Jihad (NSFW) is standing its ground. A spokesman for the company released an official response to TMZ, and it is a scathing middle finger put to words. You can take a look at it below…
Photoshopped naked pictures are pretty skuzzy, but at this point, the Internet is infested with them. Even famous women who aren’t necessarily sex symbols have been given the less than flattering treatment. I’m not sure there’s enough time in the world to sue everyone with perverted thoughts, a blog and photoshop skills, but I guess she thinks Celeb Jihad is a different case since the company is a bit bigger.
If this lawsuit officially moves forward, we will let you know. Until then, think about someone other than Megan Fox naked.
Enthusiastic about Clue, case-of-the-week mysteries, the NBA and cookies at Disney World. Less enthusiastic about the pricing structure of cable, loud noises and Tuesdays.
Your Daily Blend of Entertainment News
Thank you for signing up to CinemaBlend. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.