Iggy Azalea has deleted all her social media accounts after her topless modelling photos were leaked without her permission.
The Australian rapper’s Twitter and Instagram accounts were deactivated on Monday, just hours after unpublished ‘outtakes’ from a 2016 GQ magazine photo shoot were circulated online.
The leaked images, which were taken by photographer Nino Muñoz, show Iggy posing with her breasts exposed in nothing but a pair of white pajama shorts.
‘I hadn’t seen other women’s covers leak so I felt comfortable (on a closed set) to model for such a reputable magazine knowing only the images with my hands covering [my breasts] would be considered for print.’
Iggy added that she ‘never consented’ to having her topless photos released, explaining that ‘it was my understanding… GQ do not print topless pictures.’
Meanwhile, GQ Photographer, Nino Muñoz has now spoken out following the release of the unauthorised nude photos in a statement on his Instagram account. He says;
“My heart goes out to anyone this situation has affected. I’m utterly outraged and will not rest until justice is served.”
In the note, the photographer — who has also shot Jamie Dornan and Gisele Bundchen — revealed that the images in question “were stolen and published without permission” and that there is “currently an investigation underway” in order to find the perpetrator.
“I empathise with any discomfort that this situation has caused to anyone that is involved,” he added.