Irina Shayak Nude Photos in GQ Were Altered Says Model (Video)
Irina Shayak is Mad at GQ Spain For Altering Photos of Her to Make Her Appear Nude
Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend says that nude photos of her published in the December issue have been altered to make her appear nude, but she did not actually pose for the naked photographs.
Shayak claims that she signed a contract prior to taking the photos and she did not pose nude for them. She also says that she did not see the images before they were published, although she was supposed to as it was detailed in her contract.
Her talent agency ARC PR has released a statement about the matter:
A contract was signed on behalf of Ms. Shayk by Elite Model Management where she was to have approval of the interview, cover and images and was refused that right by the publication. Ms. Shayk was not nude and did not approve these images. Irina Shayk NEVER saw the images, cover or caption that was used in GQ Spain.
Futhermore, in an effort to sell more magazines SPAIN GQ printed "Want to see Animal Irina Shayk nude?" these kind of statements are not only not true but also defamatory towards Ms Shayk's persona and image this lack of professionalism and neglect towards the future of Ms Shayk's modeling career in an effort to sell magazines is not only shocking but unacceptable from such an established and prestige publication as GQ.
Irina appears in a 14-page spread in the magazine and says three of the photos have been altered. GQ reportedly published the photos with the headline 'Want to see the most beautiful creature in the world nude?'
So far, GQ has not responded.
The video below was taken during the photo shoot.