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Jessica Alba and Kat Dennings' Nude Pictures Hit the Web

November 6, 2010, 6:03 am GMT

Separate sets of multiple shots purportedly of Alba and Dennings have leaked, showing the two actresses in several seductive poses.



A series of newly-leaked naked pictures purportedly of Jessica Alba and Kat Dennings have hit the web. Separate sets of multiple shots, which were presumably snapped via cell phones, show the two stars appearing topless and the source of the internet leaks is still unclear.

[Warning for adult readers only] The pictures have been disseminated via Fleshbot whose editor Lux Alptraum told E! News that the images are a real deal although reps for both Alba and Dennings haven't released any statement. In one shot, Alba is seen getting a kiss in her eye by husband Cash Warren while another shot shows a pregnant belly.

Meanwhile, Denning's leaked photos are more provocative than Alba's. One image sees the "Defendor" actress with her knee pressed to her chest and a view of her left breast's side. She is also seen kneeling on a bed as she lifts her bra and exposes the bottom half of her bossoms while another shot has the actress completely topless with black underwear covering her lady part.

"I grabbed them before they became a really big story. We see a lot of fakes, and this one, especially Alba's, look real, because they are so personal looking," Alptraum told the site. "The fake ones are usually incredibly sexual. These look a lot more real. And the fakes usually get debunked pretty quickly."

"I think Jessica's are just pregnancy pictures, not inherently sexual. We sexualize anything with the slightest hint of breast. These pictures are sweet," Apltraum went on. "Kat's look like they were taken for her own pleasure or to send to someone else, obviously we don't know who. We just care in this case because they're celebrities who haven't done nude scenes."

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