It was a stunning portrait of their 7-year-old, Blue Ivy, with her lesser-seen younger siblings, month-old twins Rumi and Sir. The problem? It quickly became clear that this was a private photo that was leaked. The snap of the twins snuggled up with their big sister while sitting in the grass looks like it was taken by a professional photographer. But it was also obviously a photo of a photo in a frame, with a visible glare in the reflection. It was immediately evident that this was a private picture—one that was very likely taken without permission by someone who was inside the Carter family's home. The photo first surfaced on the Instagram account for the pop-culture blog Hollywood Unlocked , which has 1. Though the caption was initially attributed to Freeish Media, founder Jason Lee later gave a statement to several outlets that the picture was sent to them via an anonymous source. Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today.
The black-and-white photo shows Blue Ivy posing with twins Rumi and Sir against a backdrop of wildflowers. The snapshot, which has a glare on it, seems to be of a framed photo hanging on a wall. The brand attributed the picture to another pop culture site, Freeish Media, which posted a screenshot of a tweet from beyonce that contained the photo. Freeish Media also deleted the image, and the beyonce Twitter account has been deleted. Although the images have been swiped, fans are still trying to track down the culprit.
The photo, which showed the couple's three children, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir, huddled together in an embrace against a backdrop of wildflowers, circulated online Wednesday afternoon. The photograph of the Carter children appeared to be hanging on a wall in a thin black frame, and it's unclear who posted the image first. Jason Lee, the founder of Hollywood Unlocked, which posted and later deleted the image on Instagram, took the brunt of the criticism. One user posted a screenshot of the Hollywood Unlocked account, asking users to "like" the tweet if they thought Lee should go to jail. Lee denied leaking the photo. However, even if his company did post the photo on Instagram, he likely wouldn't face jail time. Entertainment attorney Bryan Sullivan told Newsweek that when it comes to legal cases, "it depends" is often the only definitive answer. If the framed photograph was hanging in a place such as the Carters' home, where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy, however, they would have a legal right to have it taken down from the internet. Even though the photo was quickly taken down, Sullivan said, the Carters could file a lawsuit for invasion of privacy and seek damages for a variety of reasons including emotional distress. He added that because the photo became a news story and has been shared across social media platforms, it could increase damages if the Carters decided to sue.
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