A South Florida nudist, arrested on charges that he helped take pornographic photographs of his three young daughters and shared them with other men, is claiming the pictures are perfectly natural and legally acceptable. Indeed, this dad calls the photos of the girls, sans clothing, nothing short of "family portraits. Brian Martens, 53, who lives at a a Palm Beach nudist colony, claims there is nothing wrong with the naked photos of his daughters, aged 8 to The photos were taken by a neighbor who has since been convicted of child pornography. Background according to published reports: Martens admits he gave professional photographer Leslie Grey Vanaman permission to take pictures of his daughters. But at least one photo was a close up of a girl's genital area, investigators claimed. Do you buy this clothing-allergic dad's defense?
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Early Tuesday, year-old Claudia Conway went back on TikTok to apologize earnestly for the accusations she made against her mom. One of the most high-profile members of the former Trump administration, Kellyanne Conway , was accused of tweeting a topless picture of her teenage daughter Monday by that very child, an assertion that came to be regretted. The photo was shared via the Fleets feature launched in November on Twitter, which automatically deletes posts after 24 hours. It was reportedly taken down before that time, but not before it was saved by other social media users. On her popular TikTok account, Claudia Conway confirmed that the photo was of her, but said its posting may have been accidental. The video in which she shared that update has been deleted from her account but was shared by others. If you see it, report it. Early Tuesday, year-old Claudia went back on TikTok to apologize for her earlier screed and the accusations she made against her mom.
When the young girl was asked to send photos of herself naked, she knew that she had to confide in her mother. Sign up to to get the latest news direct to your inbox daily at 1pm. Commemorating years since the War of Independence. Select your favourite newsletters and get the best of Irish Examiner delivered to your inbox. More in this section. Data breach at Muckross Park after hack on hotel email account. Cork city 'pedals' a new delivery method. Cope Foundation moves to reassure families about key Cork facility. Subscribe Now.
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