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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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Comments

Since: Aug 19, 2006
Posted on: August 16, 2011 8:05 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

It would probably be a good idea for people, especially celebrities, to not allow their children to walk around naked in public.  You just have to be very careful with that kind of thing nowadays.  With email and the internet, things can get out and spread extremely fast. 



Since: Jun 25, 2009
Posted on: August 16, 2011 7:21 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

So your telling me you never changed your kids diaper in public or your kid never pulled their diaper off even for a split second.  If your answer to that is "no" your full of it. Plus, weren't they on a PRIVATE beach?  And if you had the paparazzi running around snapping pictures of you and your kids constantly we would all know your full of it.  Get a clue people

First of all don't pretend you know every parent on these boards.  The answer to your question is no, we didn't just change our kids diapers anywhere we felt like it.  If we were in a public place we used a bathroom stall.  If we were outdoors we walked to the car and did our job as parents.  And if we would have been at a beach and were forced to do so, we would have immediately covered our child up.  We didn't share these experiences with just any stranger out there.   And what is your "pulling the diaper off for even a second" comment supposed to mean?  His wife didn't do that at all... she was walking down the beach with a bikini on and her baby naked next to her. Big difference.

Taking pictures of his wife and a naked baby is technically wrong but BRADY AND HIS WIFE KNOW PEOPLE ARE STALKING THEM !!!!  So tell me one more time why are they challenging the papparazzi and the press at their child's expense?  It's not like Brady and his wife don't know this is going to happen..... and by the way, you said it was a private beach?  Who cares?  These people use airplanes and helicopters to take pictures of people .... there is no such thing as private when you're Tom Brady or his wife.

 



Since: Sep 26, 2006
Posted on: August 16, 2011 6:37 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

I don't know much about this specific situation but for those that support naked pictures of babies on the internet in any fashion are sick.  I understand that a naked baby isn't necessarily a bad thing but to post it all over the internet is well sick.  Take the side of extreme sensorship when it comes to children.  Someone else made a comment about Brady's parenting skills allowing their child to run around naked at a year and half.  Really?  So your telling me you never changed your kids diaper in public or your kid never pulled their diaper off even for a split second.  If your answer to that is "no" your full of it. Plus, weren't they on a PRIVATE beach?  And if you had the paparazzi running around snapping pictures of you and your kids constantly we would all know your full of it.  Get a clue people.  Taking pictures of naked babies and posting it on the internet is WRONG.  As for being old news.  Maybe, but still a serious offense towards the Brady family and anyone else that would like to see the molestation of children obsolete.    For you patriot fans.  Your going to like Chad.  He is a fun and talented receiver.  If it weren't for the Bengals and the Raiders you guys wouldn't be as good as you are.  Gotta give it to Kraft.  He gets the most out of the stupid owners in the league.  A first round pick for Seymour, a 5th and 6th for Chad, i can't remember what you gave up for haynesworth but it wasn't much.  Hope Chad gets a ring.  It wasn't going to happen in Cincy. 



Since: Oct 4, 2006
Posted on: August 16, 2011 6:27 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

If the Brady's dont want thier son to be naked on the internet then maybe the Brady's should buy the kid some clothes. Dont the Brady's have enough money to cloth him

The mother and baby were on there own private property.  It was not a public beach.  The photo's were taken from a long distance.  You never let you baby play in the pool in the back yard naked?

Stupid Post



Since: Aug 5, 2008
Posted on: August 16, 2011 6:22 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

I know what would have fixed this......a bathing suit.

Apparently I'm a genius.



Since: Mar 3, 2008
Posted on: August 16, 2011 6:14 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

 The kid is 20 months old. Not even 2 yrs old yet. People let their kids walk around beaches and things naked all of the time. I don't see a problem with it at all.
 Anyone who does feel the need to photograph a naked infant and then begin exposing those photos on the internet is a weirdo. Whether or not the intention was to harm anyone, just the thought of someone taking a naked pic of a kid and exploiting him on the internet is just sick.



Since: Aug 23, 2010
Posted on: August 16, 2011 5:54 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

How did they get a pic of the baby naked in the first place?  Were they in public with the baby at the time? I know babies have to be changed and all but for this to happen you have to be in a public place somewhere.  If that is the case then the parents are responsible for exposing their child in public.  If he was peeking through a window and took the pic then he should be arrested.  Me personnally as a parent would not change my child in public but that's me.Cool



Since: Nov 27, 2006
Posted on: August 16, 2011 5:52 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

So Masu,,,just how did you get 2 F bombs and a C bomb by the editors.... tool



Since: Mar 15, 2011
Posted on: August 16, 2011 5:49 pm
 

Pics

any naked pictures of brady's wife?



Since: Oct 6, 2009
Posted on: August 16, 2011 5:33 pm
 

Naked pics of Tom Brady's son spark police visit

not one person see's the problem with this. If the Brady's dont want thier son to be naked on the internet then maybe the Brady's should buy the kid some clothes. Dont the Brady's have enough money to cloth him , I think the police should visit the parents its their job to dress the child. Cmon people just because the parents are famous does not give them cart blanch put the blame where it should go.


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