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Kim Kardashian Threatens Legal Action After Photog Flies Helicopter Over Her Home To Shoot Invasive, Possibly Naked Pictures!

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Don't mess with the queen of reality TV!

At least that's what Kim Kardashian West is saying to a photo agency in El Lay that snaps paparazzi pics of celebrities.

The agency has been shopping pictures it took of Kim in which, they claim, she's lying naked at her pool.

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But Kim's lawyer Marty Singer alleges the photogs flew a helicopter over Kim's home and used a telephoto lens to snap shots of her. That's illegal — and now Kim is fighting back with the threat of a lawsuit!

Singer says the agency is lying about Kim being naked, claiming she was wearing a blue bikini and covered up when she saw the helicopter. He told the agency they will face a big suit if they sell the snaps, and it must have gotten through — the pictures in question have now been removed from the pap's website!

What do U think — does a helicopter with a telephoto lens go too far?!

[Image via David Sims/WENN.]

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Bruce Jenner Plans On Taking Legal Action Against Photographers Who Took & Sold Illegal Photos Of The Olympian In A Dress

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Remember those invasive and illegally obtained photos of Bruce Jenner in a dress that were splashed all over the New York Daily News website and were featured in a segment on CNN?

Well, the former Olympian is threatening to take legal action over those pics, because they violated his privacy! He was on his own private property, and snapping images is illegal.

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A spokesman for the 65-year-old told Page Six the media outlets that published those images took down all the pictures once they realized what happened.

The spokesman said:

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