The Miley Cyrus nude photo controversy has roiled the Internet for a second day, as evidence increasingly suggests the full-frontal photo originally claimed to be the “Hannah Montana” star is actually another female poser.
The provocative nude and semi-nude photos rapidly went viral yesterday (Dec. 2). But it was difficult to pinpoint Miley in the raciest, full-frontal photo because it had been cropped just above the chin so the face could not be seen.
Celebrities have been plagued by fake nude photos for years. Recently, a nude photo purported to be Emma Watson circulated around campus at Brown University where she attends classes.
But it also proved to be fake.
In the latest developments, the Web site that initially posted the photo has since acknowledged that the woman is not Cyrus. Rather it is a 19-year-old British woman who looks remarkably like her and has impersonated Cyrus in the past.
But the real evidence is a comparison of the female poser and the uncensored “Miley” photo. The tans lines in the two photos are identical. (See it here)