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LeeAnn Tweeden was shocked to see nude photos of herself in Playboy, since the magazine's photographer had assured her the "anti-nudity" function was definitely in the "on" position.

LOS ANGELES, CA -

In another twist in the LeeAnn Tweeden saga, it was revealed Tuesday that when she had posed for a photo spread in 2011, Playboy Magazine had assured the model that it was OK to take off her clothes, since the special camera they were using had an “anti-nudity” function that would not show any private areas of the human body.

Camera Malfunction

“Obviously she was devastated when the pictures came out and she realized the camera had malfunctioned,” said her publicist at the time, Cheryl Daryl. “She called Playboy and they said that they were also very distraught, but there was nothing that could be done since the camera sends pictures directly to the printer and the issues were already printed.

Wool Jumpsuits Were All The Rage That Year

It was reportedly very hot in the room where they were taking the photographs, which is why Ms. Tweeden asked if she could take off her wool jumpsuit. “Wool jumpsuits were very fashionable in the fall of 2011, but they were really scratchy and hot. So, when the photographer said they had the special anti-nudity camera, it was a great relief to LeeAnn. Of course, in hindsight, she never would have gotten naked if she knew the camera was broken.”

Legal Action Considered

“LeeAnn called her attorney and asked if they could sue the camera-maker for the malfunction, but the attorney said they would need to know the manufacturer’s name which LeaAnn did not have,” said Ms. Daryl.

“And when she called Playboy, they said they had misplaced the camera and couldn’t remember what the name of it was. So, needless to say, she was very unhappy about the whole situation.”

Lesson Learned

“I guess it just goes to show you that you need to have someone inspect the camera closely before doing a photo-shoot to make sure that the anti-nudity function is in working order,” said Ms. Daryl. “I make sure and tell all my clients to ask that question now, so hopefully we can prevent this kind of nudity from ever happening again in the future.”

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