Irina Shayk Sues GQ for Photoshopping Her Naked Anne of Carversville
Private Studio | GQ Spain has completely denied the allegations of model Irina Shayk that the publication altered her images to present her as naked, when she was not.
Translated from the just-in press release, GQ Spain claims the following:
1. Model Irina Shayk, at the suggestion of the renowned German photographer Vincent Peters, agreed to sit naked for GQ Spain, in several of the photos negotiated as part of the December 2010 editorial.
2. During the photoshoot, Irina Shayk’s agency of representation, Elite Spain, was present, in the person of its director Gael Marie. The photo shoot took place on September 23, in the locality of Madrid of Rummy, in front of 15 witnesses.
3. Photographer Vincent Peters chose to shoot with movie, instead of doing digital photos. However, GQ Spain possesses a set of negatives from the photo shoot, which confirm that Irina Shayk’s allegations are false. These negatives are impossible to manipulate, says GQ Spain.
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