GQ Reacts To Rielle Hunter Photos: 'She Knows What She Wore'
GQ Magazine Reacts To Comments From John Edwards' Mistress Rielle Hunter Regarding The "Repulsive" Photos Posted Alongside Her Interview
GQ Magazine reacted to allegations from Rielle Hunter that the photos used alongside her interview were "repulsive." After the publication of Hunter's interview in GQ yesterday, journalist and anchor Barbara Walters broke the news that Hunter called her, complaining about her photos in GQ. Walters said Hunter was "crying for hours" after seeing the photos. Hunter also told Walters that she trusted the photographer and "went with the flow."
Hunter was pictured with some of her body parts naked in the photos published in GQ. In one of the photos, she is wearing nothing but a white dress blouse, panties and a string of white pearls.
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However, GQ is on the defense, saying Hunter knew perfectly well what she was doing. Entertainment Weekly reports Lisa DePaulo, the journalist who did the interview with Hunter, said Hunter knew what she wore and what she was doing in the photo shoot. Although no public statement or apology has been released on GQ website, a video from Hunter's photo shoot has been uploaded, showing Hunter posing and talking back to photographer Mike Seliger. At one point in the video, Seliger offered Hunter to see the photos he took on his laptop, which Hunter did.
Here is the video released by GQ showing Hunter posing.