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More of Justin Gaston's Wild Pics Posted Online

October 20, 2008 (9:33 am) GMT
More pictures of Justin Gaston striking some raunchy poses with his male friends have been posted online, but he has yet issued a word about them.

The squeaky clean image of remains questionable after several pictures of him striking some wild poses with his male friends are posted online. The pictures apparently are taken at the same time with the previous one which was posted on TMZ, judging from the fact that Justin wears the same cap and presumably the same black Calvin Klein boxer.

Bauergriffinonline.celebuzz.com, which is the first to leak the pictures, provides no details on the time and location of the pictures, but it is assumed that they are taken in a kitchen for in one of the pics there is a kitchen sink caught on camera. "Miley's Boyfriend: Justin Gaston Gone Wild!" so read the title accompanying Justin's wild pictures.

In one of the pictures Justin is shown wearing a rolled-up "Daytona Beach" t-shirt which exposes his six pack stomach. He wears a black cap and a matching boxer under his very short blue pants. He smiles to the camera as his bigger male friend lifts him up. The twosome is also photographed in a more raunchy pose with Justin placing his body on top of his friend's.

Justin, in another pic, is also seen lifting up his right hand highly with his left hand gently touching his chest. More wild pictures of the underwear model are on Bauergriffinonline.celebuzz.com.

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