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Alleged Photo of Ke$ha Getting Oral Sex Surfaces

December 14, 2010, 3:47 am GMT

A set of photos have come out online over the weekend but the woman in the picture is not confirmed to be Ke$ha.

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Ke$ha is the latest victim of sex photo leak. A batch of explicit photos have been circulating online, showing a woman who looks an awful lot like the singer receiving an oral sex from an unidentified man.

The particular image is extremely graphic while the other two display the woman kissing the guy and covering her boobs with her hands. The photos allegedly leaked after her computer was hacked. Ke$ha was said one of the celebrities whose personal data was hacked by two German teenagers who want to steal her songs.

Ke$sha's rep has not released any statement, thus the woman in the picture is still a question mark. Last spring, the "Tik Tok" hitmaker was also hit with similar scandal when a set of leaked pictures supposedly showed her having sex. The claim was then busted by Gossip Cop.

Ke$ha herself is unfazed by the scandal which started over the weekend. She was spotted partying in Madrid, Spain following a gig on Sunday, December 12 night.

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