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Kim K 'fuming over alleged nude shots'

Published 06/07/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has reportedly threatened a photo agency with court action over alleged naked photos.

The reality TV star has posed nude on a number of occasions for publications including Paper magazine. However, the pregnant star is reportedly livid that a photo agency is touting photographs of her that they claim show her naked.

TMZ is reporting that the 34-year-old’s lawyer Marty Singer has sent a letter to X17, which is based in Los Angeles, after it claimed to have pictures of Kim lying naked by her pool in Hidden Hills.

The letter also states that the photos were taken from a helicopter hovering over the home she shares with husband Kanye West. Mr Singer reportedly adds that the paparazzi in question broke the law by taking the images with a telephoto lens.

Kim is also said to be furious the agency is claiming she is naked in the images.

Her lawyer added that she was in fact wearing a blue bikini when the pictures were snapped and when she heard the buzz of the helicopter, she grabbed a towel to cover up.

TMZ reports Mr Singer warned X17 that if it sold the shots, the reality star would be suing the company for invasion of privacy.

It seems the letter worked, as X17 has now taken the photographs off its website.

Kim did her best to shake off the violation by enjoying the 4th of July weekend with her husband and two-year-old daughter North.

The family watched a fireworks display together, with Kim posting a photograph of herself with her arms around the Yeezus singer while out on a yacht. She also posted a snap of the three of them together on Instagram, captioned “I love my family! (sic)”

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