Hunter chose to appear in the magazine clad only in a man’s dress shirt and nothing else. The photos prompted an immediately outcry that the “other woman” who helped bring down Edwards’ once-promising political career and his marriage to his cancer-stricken wife was using sex to sell her story.
So Hunter pulled a Miley Cyrus, claiming the photographer “used” her and violated her trust.
She reportedly called Barbara Walter “in tears” and called the photos “repulsive.”
Interesting strategy. Hunter, a video producer, should know that sex sells. Of course she does.
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