Newsroom's Alison Pill Mistakenly Shows Twitter Followers Her Boobs

Newsroom actress Alison Pill regularly sends out interesting pictures and articles to her fifteen thousand plus followers, but never has she forwarded on anything that’s generated as much intrigue as she did today. While trying to delete some old self-portraits on her computer, she mistakenly tweeted one that featured full-on, uncovered boobs. No hand bra. No artsy, weird angle black and white. Just boobs.

She quickly became aware of the mishap, but by then, it was too late. The few lucky bastards who saw the topless snapshot forwarded it on to friends who passed it along to many of the major websites. It’s now hanging out in all its uncensored glory in a slew of places on the Internet. If you’re curious to see it, you can try Egotastic. If you’re more concerned about the fallout, you can check out Pill’s follow-up tweet below…

” Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned into a tweet... Apologies.”

I highly doubt anyone was legitimately mad about mistakenly clicking on her naked picture. Even her fiancé, Jay Baruchel, called the situation “hilarious”, but unnecessary apology aside, there’s no way this won’t blow over in the next few days. She’s the right level of famous for this to be nothing more than a momentarily amusing story. A year from now, people won’t even remember this happened, save the few weirdos who can’t get enough of Pill’s sexy nerd vibe.

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