Lara Bingle, Sam Worthington nude photo leak: Model breaks her silence, annoints 4-year-old son 'my new photographer'
New information seems to have emerged about the nude and intimate photos of Australian celebrity couple Lara Bingle and Sam Worthington that were leaked recently. It appears that the images circulating on the internet were taken while Bingle and Worthington were on a private holiday.
Around 150 images have been published on various websites, and even though the pictures appear to have been taken with the couple's consent, their release was not authorized by them.
And on June 12, Bingle seemingly broke her silence on the matter, though it wasn't really the kind of response one would expect from the TV personality. Taking to her Instagram stories, Bingle uploaded a note that said: "Victory! Canada makes history banning all whale, dolphin and porpoises in captivity."
In a slew of social media posts that the Australian celebrity recently uploaded, she confirmed that she was on a getaway to Turks and Caicos Islands. The pictures she shared were reportedly taken by the couple's 4-year-old son Rocket, for in one photo caption she wrote: "Rocket’s my new photographer lol!"
Bingle and Worthington, who reside in America, living in both New York and Los Angeles, are also parents to two-year-old Racer. This isn't the first time that the model, who is known for appearing in the 2006 Tourism Australia advertising campaign, has been the victim of a nude photo leak.
Back in 2006, while she was in a relationship with AFL player Brendan Fevola, Lara was the victim of a nude photo leak of her in the shower which made massive rounds of the internet. Despite taking the photo, Brendan has denied being the source of the circulation.
Earlier this year, Bingle spoke to Stellar Magazine, touching on the past dramas and how she's since moved on. “I’ve been through so many phases in my life and I’ve learned that the people you surround yourself with are so important,” she remarked during the interview.
She further explained, “Good people are my go-to. I’ve learned that trusting people is imperative. I really value their opinions and take it all on board, and then develop my own thoughts and feelings.”
She previously told Woman's Day she felt "humiliated" and "violated" by photo leak but chose not to follow through with legal action.