July 2, 2002
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So, ummm... does anyone have a magazine published by Man's World Publications Inc.? I heard that there are some nice photos of Jennifer Aniston in 'em, just wanted to confirm. ;) (also @ bbc)
posted by hobbes (14 comments total)
Find your own spank-fuel, junior.
posted by Optamystic at 8:36 PM on July 2, 2002

I'm pretty sure there was a thread on Fark once with a link to it. Maybe even today.

They're not that spectacular. Hardly worth the effort to find it. That's what I hear, anyway. Not that I'd look, or anything.
posted by mr_crash_davis at 8:41 PM on July 2, 2002

Opt, You're right, wouldn't want anyone's sloppy-seconds URL.
posted by hobbes at 8:41 PM on July 2, 2002

Dear God, please make it stop.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 8:54 PM on July 2, 2002

I just want it made clear that I had nothing to do with this.
posted by hob at 9:12 PM on July 2, 2002

Calvin put him up to it. You know how he can be.
posted by mr_crash_davis at 9:16 PM on July 2, 2002

Heh. That Calvin - what a scamp.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 10:12 PM on July 2, 2002

posted by webmutant at 10:17 PM on July 2, 2002

"Mefi wunderkind Miguel Cardoso is set to give evidence in court as he sues two magazine publishers for printing unauthorised photographs of him topless. The star alleges paparazzi photographers scaled an eight-foot wall to take photographs of him while he was sunbathing in him back garden.

The photos ended up being used in magazines published by Man's World Publications and Crescent Publishing Group. The case will be heard on 2 July only by a judge after US District Judge Ronald Lew ruled Miguel's lawyers had not requested a jury be assigned when they first filed the lawsuit. Miguel, 33, is set to give evidence at the Los Angeles court. Although Miguel is a high-profile celebrity, commanding a reported $1m (£700,000) per episode of the US comedy Metatalk, he is protective of his privacy. His wedding in 2000 to actor Stavros Wonderchicken was a lavish affair but the couple released just one photograph from the ceremony. The topless pictures were taken in February 1999 and later appeared in magazines Celebrity Skin, High Society and Celebrity Sleuth.

Miguel is seeking unspecified damages and wants a ban to be placed on further distribution of the pictures. The legal action claims the magazines violated Miguel's right to privacy after the photographer climbed a neighbour's fence to take the pictures. Miguel has settled a lawsuit against Celebrity Sleuth and has sued photographer Francois Naverre over the taking of the pictures."

posted by dash_slot- at 5:20 AM on July 3, 2002

[Search and replace liberties taken with this article].
posted by dash_slot- at 5:25 AM on July 3, 2002

Heres the
picture in question.
posted by wsfinkel at 6:07 AM on July 3, 2002

I'm at work, Hobbes, so I won't go hunting for the URL just now. However, I have seen the pictures, and they're not all that great. They're shot from far away, to the side and behind, and you don't see much. There is a bit of a nip, so if you've got a serious jones for Ms. Aniston (excuse me, Mrs. Pitt), I guess they're worth scrounging up.

[Sorry if anyone is offended, just trying to give some useful information.]
posted by monju_bosatsu at 6:07 AM on July 3, 2002

Upon posting, I see wsfinkel's post, so ignore mine.
posted by monju_bosatsu at 6:08 AM on July 3, 2002

Bleh. Bad photos. If you want to see good pics of Miss Pitt, check out the Vanity Fair shot she did last year. I think it was done by Annie Leibovitz, but I'm not sure. I ain't looking for it. Do your own work. Eyes forward.
posted by ColdChef at 7:38 AM on July 3, 2002

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