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Rep: Christina Aguilera's Leaked Semi-Nude Pics Were 'Personal'

December 8, 2010 6:28 PM ET
Rep: Christina Aguilera's Leaked Semi-Nude Pics Were 'Personal'
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After a series of sexy shots featuring Christina Aguilera hit the Internet Wednesday, the singer's rep tells UsMagazine.com that the racy pics were never meant to be seen by the public.

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"The photos of Christina Aguilera being leaked to the press were illegally obtained by a hacker who tapped into Christina's personal stylist's account," Aguilera's rep tells Us. "The photos were taken in the privacy of Ms. Aguilera's home and were used only in a personal exchange between the star and her stylist."

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The pictures, which feature the 29-year-old singer posing in several skin-revealing ensembles, were reportedly taken before Aguilera announced her split from husband Jordan Bratman.

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"We find the actions of the hackers and the press who purchased and/or obtained these photos to be irresponsible and actionable," the rep continues. "We are attempting to determine the identity of the hackers and will pursue them aggressively. Their conduct is reprehensible."

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