These days, celebrity sex tapes pop up all over with a surprising amount of ease. Topless and bottomless, as was the case with a certain N. Videos can cause even more of a stir. Some people have even turned the release of their more, er, intimate moments into an empire.
Published: February 2, The actress appeared on Nightline to discuss her new book Brave, and she was asked if she was proud of her former co-star, who is credited with kick-starting the MeToo campaign, which enables victims of sexual abuse to come forward, on social media when the scandal swept Hollywood in October. Do the math. Where do they meet? Who needs good PR?
What rights does a star have online? While most of the photos that Milano is suing over were undoctored—nude images lifted from the film Embrace of the Vampire —the Web is awash with bogus pics that plop the head of a celebrity on an unidentified nude body. Does a star have any rights to his or her name and image online?
The star , who claims the movie mogul raped her, lashed out at the actress on Twitter following an interview in which she said she was offering support to Georgina Chapman. Writing on social media, she said: "You make me want to vomit. You actually gave me a body flashback. Well done, fake one.