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Raunchy photos backlash on actress

Raunchy photos backlash on actress

Nude photos of actress Pich Ariza have stirred a storm of angry comments on Facebook.

The 22-year-old was pictured in revealing photos alongside her co-star Andy. A friend commented on her page on the social networking site: “Why you do like this? Don’t be so thoughtless.”

Another wrote: “Why do stars like to be sexy just to gain fame and money?” Pich Ariza was not available for comment, but her co-star Andy wrote back to the user: “If you think that these pictures are bad just don’t look at them and remove our names from your friend list.

I think some people are just jealous rather than concerned about modesty. Clearly they don’t have anything worth exposing, that why they’re angry when they see us baring our bodies.”

Last month, Ariza threw a $100,000 birthday party where she showed off an expensive car and a luxurious apartment.

To contact the reporter on this story: Seth Kimsoeurn at [email protected]

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