Judith Heard’s nudity scandal attracts international media

Articles from United Kingdom’s Daily Mail, USA’s CNN World, and several others all did not seem to express Judith Heard as one of the top models in Africa but one whose nudity seems to have garnered her immense fame.

Back in May, a person believed to be Judith Heard’s ex-friend leaked her nude images. The photos which exhibited the celebrated model’s private parts circulated so fast on social media.

They also landed her into trouble with the law in Uganda which, under the Anti-Pornography Act, effected an arrest in where she managed to explain to the authorities how her nude self found way online before being released.

Five months later, international media has picked up on Judith’s nudity scandal as they talk about how her naked selfies caused her arrest after they were leaked online through blackmail when she refused to pay over UGX 11M to conceal their release.

According to Daily Mail, Judith Heard, 32, said she was asked for $3,000 to stop the photos from being leaked. She however refused to pay and her photos went online without her consent in 2013 only to resurface this year and before she knew it, she had been arrested.

She claimed the photos came from a stolen phone or computer and insists she never sent them to anyone.

With all the storm having calmed down, Judith Heard is back to her best after as she continues to pursue her modeling career.

She represented Uganda at the UNESCO Africa Fashion show which took place in Paris, France.

She is also expected to make a guest appearance at the Excessive Fashion 2018 which will be hosted by Joe Malaika and Gustavo Leon in Boston, Massachusetts on 17th November.

She is getting the recognition she deserves. Kudos JH!

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