“Top 20 nude celebrity beach pictures”

Their choice of #1 inspired lawsuits

8 thoughts on ““Top 20 nude celebrity beach pictures”

  1. That Phun writer comes off like a Drunken Stepdad wannabe. Not effectively either.

  2. Cameron Diaz should be number one. FFS, she and Matt Dillon were fucking in public in those photos. Portman is #2.

  3. The reason the Aniston one is ignored is because you can’t see her face. It could be anyone.

    1. True enough. If Aniston had simply ignored the pics, the identity of the woman would have remained forever in question, but she sued several sources that printed it, and the specifics of her lawsuit admitted that it was definitely she.

      The LA Times reported on July 3, 2002:

      Actress Jennifer Aniston settled a federal lawsuit Tuesday against two men’s magazines that published a photo of her sunbathing topless in her backyard. Accompanied by her actor-husband, Brad Pitt, Aniston spent three hours in the chambers of U.S. District Judge Ronald S.W. Lew, where terms of the settlement were hammered out. No details were disclosed, but both sides described the settlement as amicable. Aniston and Pitt were whisked away by security officers afterward.

      The 33-year-old actress, who stars in the hit television series “Friends,” was prepared to begin trial Tuesday in her suit against the publishers of Celebrity Skin, which featured the topless photo in its September 1999 issue, and High Society, which printed it in its December 1999 issue. Man’s World Publications publishes Celebrity Skin, and Crescent Publishing Group publishes High Society. Aniston contended in her lawsuit that a “stalkerazzi” with a telephoto lens scaled a neighbor’s eight-foot wall and snapped shots of her “reclining topless in her backyard, wearing only her panties.” She said publication of the photo caused her shame, humiliation, anger and emotional distress. But lawyers for the magazines argued in court papers that the photo was newsworthy. “Her body and her sex appeal are constant subjects of news coverage about her,” they asserted. They also charged that Aniston owes much of her worldwide fame to the fact that she has been promoted as a sex symbol. Aniston’s lawsuit accused the magazines of invading her privacy through the publication of private facts and using her image for commercial purposes without her consent.

      Lew dismissed the invasion of privacy claim in June because the photo had appeared in European magazines before being published in Celebrity Skin and High Society. The picture was published in the April 1999 issues of Eva Tremila, an Italian magazine, and Daily Sport, a British newspaper, and in the May 31-June 6 issue of Voici, a French magazine. Aniston settled a claim with Eva Tremila, has a claim pending against Daily Sport and was awarded $1,000 in a judgment against Voici, according to her lawyers. In May, Aniston filed suit in Los Angeles County Superior Court against Francois Navarre, the photographer who allegedly took the photo.

  4. Out of this list there is only one who was caught completely nude:

    Alyssa Milano.

    Who ironically was kept off of the Fun House Encyclopedia for the longest time (if she’s still not in there). At least if I remember that correctly. Something about her mother actually talking to Uncle Scoopy about it.

    1. Alyssa has been in other crap many times. Fun house/other crap distinction without a difference. Indeed, remember mama on the warpath w/the interwebs re: her daughters early nudes. She had to soon find out her personal battle was futile. Once on the net always on the net.

      1. She was banned for about a decade, and then the whole mess just blew over. She can now be found throughout the Fun House as well.

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