Following the leak of explicit photos from pop star Iggy Azalea’s 2016 GQ photoshoot, porn company xHamster has offered to help by removing the images from their sites.
A representative from the company told The Blast that searches for the artist have spiked since the leak but added that while the photos haven’t appeared on the site they will “will vigilantly patrol user uploads to make sure that the photos do not appear on xHamster.”
Alex Hawkins, vice president at xHamster, told the publication non-consensual photography or video is a violation of the performer’s rights and said his company will increase its patrol of Iggy and relevant keywords as well as ask its users to alert the site of the photos if they do appear.
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