Earlier today I posted some photos of the 17-year-old Courtney Stodden wearing a bikini in LA and I mentioned that it appeared that the photos showed the underage beauties areola in several of the photos and that it appeared like you could see her entire nipple in a few of the side-view pics.
More photos are starting to surface and it is now clear that in the 60+ photos of Courtney Stodden wearing her bikini she is showing off her areola and nipple in over 35 of them. I’m normally happy about seeing photos that contain nudity but I’m a little shocked that websites didn’t notice that her areola and nipple are visible in the majority of these photos.
Technically speaking there is nothing illegal about the photos because they do not contain anything that might qualify as child pornography but it is still shocking that so many websites would publish the photos without offering any warnings to the fact they contain nudity.
Courtney Stodden made headlines when she decided to marry a 51-year-old man and if anyone realizes that these photos contain nudity I am sure news agencies will be talking about her decision making skills by criticizing the fact she would willingly show off her body the way that she is and I am sure someone might question the actions of the photographers that took the photos.
This isn’t the first time we have seen “underage” nudity though… The 17-year-old Miley Cyrus suffered a nipple slip at the 2010 MTV EMA, wore a see-through white shirt and no bra a few months before her 18th birthday and Taylor Momsen was photographed wearing a see-through black shirt in New York when she was 16-years old and Taylor spent the better part of her 17th season flashing her covered underage boobs while performing musical concerts in America and Europe.
Minors showing off their breasts by wearing see-through clothing has become a very common trend but these new Courtney Stodden bikini pics are by far the biggest in terms of controversy because they contain excessive nudity when compared to some of the other celebrity incidents.