Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Well, this is just freaking crazy!
Jennifer Lawrence and a number of other celebs had personal pics stolen from them with many of the scandalous ones posted all over the web.
And while they're all fighting to have them taken down, it sounds like J.Law has run into some trouble.
Even though the pics were stolen from her, she might not be able to get the pics removed because she might not actually have ownership of them!
When her attorney sent off a letter demanding a porn site take down the pics because she owns the copyright, the site fired back that since some of the pics are not selfies, the person who actually took them would most likely own the copyright.
So now, the site has demanded that they're provided with proof that J.Law owns the copyright or be given the name of the person who took the pics.
In case this legal loophole sounds familiar, you might remember that the famous Oscars selfie was put together by Ellen DeGeneres and posted on her Twitter, but it ended up being Bradley Cooper who owned the pic as he snapped it.
We get that this may be how it all works, but obvi those pics were stolen from J.Law. Just let her have them back!
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