Singapore FHM model caught in leaked nude photo scandal

Naked photos of Singapore FHM Models 2012 winner Jamie Ang, many with sexually suggestive poses, are going viral on the Net.

Ang is seen fully naked and sexually provocative in the leaked pictures, even posing with a peeled banana in some.

At least 50 nude photos of the former Miss Commonwealth Singapore have been exposed on several local online forums and blogs since early April, but the pictures were quickly taken down as some of sites claimed they were threatened by legal action.

However, the photos continued to be circulated through private messaging on online forums.
 
Then, early this month, the 22-year-old’s pictures started to gain attention from netizens again. One of the sites that host nude photos of Ang said it recently received the bulk of the leaked photos of Ang. It is unclear who is the source of the leak, but a post on one of the forums mentioned that the images were obtained from a local adult forum.

Several of the photos appear to be of a personal nature as they were grainy and possibly taken on a smartphone. The rest appear to be taken professionally with the photographer's name on the corner of the images.
 

Some of Ang's photos appear to be of a personal nature while others appears to be professionally taken. (Screengrab …


Responding to media queries from Yahoo! Singapore, a FHM Singapore spokesperson confirmed that Ang was the winner of FHM Models 2012 and as far as the publication knows, “the nude photos were taken prior to her joining the competition".
 
Ang was featured as FHM Singapore’s cover girl in August 2012 with a 6-pager exclusive interview for winning the FHM Models 2012.

Interestingly, on her Model Mayhem biography page, Ang mentions that she does not do nude shoots.

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