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Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

Posted on: August 16, 2011 2:17 pm
Edited on: August 16, 2011 2:56 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson

Last week, some pictures of Gisele Bundchen (wife of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady) walking on the beach made the rounds on the Internet. They were only different from "normal pictures of Gisele making the rounds on the Internet" in that they featured some naked pictures of Brady and Bundchen's 20-month-old son.

Yeah, I feel creepy writing that sentence, which is kind of why we didn't post them. Barstool Sports did post them, though, and caused quite a stir. Enough of a stir, in fact, that the Massachusetts Attorney General sent some detectives to the home of Barstool founder David Portnoy.

"We asked Mr. Portnoy to remove the postings and appreciate that he voluntarily chose to do so," a spokesman for Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said, via The Smoking Gun.

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Now, TSG speculates that the Patriots may have had a hand in suppressing the photo. And perhaps that's true. Or maybe it was just Brady? Either way it's fine, since it's a naked infant on the Internet.

And the vague scene that's described with respect to the detectives showing up is straight out of a terrible Will Smith movie: they apparently rolled up to Portnoy's office on Friday afternoon and "convinced" him to remove the pictures.

The likely reality? They mentioned that, as of right now, there wasn't any need to investigate anything relating to child pornography ... but it could happen. And with that staring him down, Portnoy quickly yanked the photos.

Which is good, since there's no reason for anyone's kid to be featured naked on the Internet.

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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: January 17, 2012 8:07 am
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit



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Since: Jun 25, 2009
Posted on: August 17, 2011 3:38 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

Is this really a story that belongs in the sports pages???

The lady and baby in the pictures are sorta related to a pretty good NFL football player named Tom Brady.  Yeah, I think it's a sports thing.



Since: Jun 25, 2009
Posted on: August 17, 2011 3:33 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

It is a pathetic and sad commentary on our society that people would blame Brady and Bundchen for this when they are doing nothing different than millions of other parents. Where is the outrage for the fact that the photographer couldn't police himself and realize that maybe it wasn't appropriate to take photos of a naked child and drag the child into the mud? For whatever reason, most here would rather air their Brady-hate rather than come to the side of reason and morality. Your posts say far more about all of you than the people your posts reference

First of all if you take the time to go through my history you'll see I actually like the Patriots and constantly defend them when idiots mention spygate and talk crap about them.  I'm a Lions fan but enjoy watching Brady and the Pats play football.  But what you will obviously NEVER understand is that Brady and Bundchen AREN'T ALLOWED TO DO WHAT MILLIONS OF OTHER PARENTS DO.  Is it fair? No. But it's REALITY.... so don't call others pathetic because you aren't thinking when you type half the crap you type.   They are big time celebrities THAT KNOW PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING TO TAKE THEIR PICTURE... they know these pictures are worth MONEY......  and that's just how it is, end of story.  

I think that's half the problem of the people on here that think his wife did nothing wrong.  I believe you people think Brady and his wife are allowed to live the same life every other parent does.  Maybe if they were working a regular job making 20 or 60 or 100 grand they could do exactly that.  But the bottom line is famous people don't get these breaks or any privacy at all..... it's a tradeoff for what probably amounts to 40 or 50 million dollars going into the Brady household every year.  



Since: Oct 22, 2007
Posted on: August 17, 2011 3:06 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

After reading most of the comments here, I've come to an obvious conclusion......there are a lot of extremely uptight folks out there who happen to also be Patriots- or Brady-haters.

It is a pathetic and sad commentary on our society that people would blame Brady and Bundchen for this when they are doing nothing different than millions of other parents. Where is the outrage for the fact that the photographer couldn't police himself and realize that maybe it wasn't appropriate to take photos of a naked child and drag the child into the mud? For whatever reason, most here would rather air their Brady-hate rather than come to the side of reason and morality. Your posts say far more about all of you than the people your posts reference.



Since: Mar 12, 2009
Posted on: August 17, 2011 11:31 am
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

First of all, who cares? But what about the guy in the bushes with the telescopic lens who took the picture?  What about the guy who bought the picture and put it on the internet?  From what I understand, Portnoy just copy and pasted.



Since: May 7, 2008
Posted on: August 17, 2011 10:46 am
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

I would like to see you try to sue you d bag!



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