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Posted at 08:00 AM ET, 06/01/2011

Blake Lively’s rep says nude photos are fake


Actress Blake Lively. (LUCAS JACKSON - REUTERS)
A rep for Blake Lively is denying that photographs purportedly showing the “Gossip Girl” actress in the buff are real and said legal action will be taken against publications that have published them.

“The photos of Blake Lively which have just surfaced on various Web sites including Perez Hilton and Zap2it.com are 100 percent fake,” Lively’s rep said. “Blake has never taken nude photos of herself. Blake will pursue legal action against the publication which initially published these photographs and any other outlets that republish them in any manner.”

Four of the five photos, currently housed in an album on Imageshack.us, show a nude blond whose face is partially hidden by an iPhone. One picture clearly shows the woman’s face. According to Zap2it.com, who still has the face-shot photo live on its site, the uncensored photos circulated on Twitter Tuesday.

Lively, 23, is rumored to be romantically linked to actor Leonardo DiCaprio.

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