Pop princess Britney Spears stated today that she will sue anyone who will use the stolen pictures with her baby boy Sean Preston Federline.
According to rumours, the first pictures with Britney Spears and her son were made by photographer Mark Liddell, to be published by People magazine, or, to whoever pays most.
The pictures appeared for the first time on tangiblebrit.com, which went off line yesterday. Today, the website reappeared with an image which contains an apology.
The owner states "I did not steal the images and have no connection with the stealing of the images. I do not know whom the person that sent the images to me is, but I can say that they know who they are, and they know what they did was wrong, as do I"
He then apologises to "Britney, Kevin, Sean, Jive Records, SONYBMG, and anyone else affected by this"
Today, Spears's spokesperson also published a statement in which the singer warns that everyone who will use this pictured will be sued.
"A number of photographs of Britney Spears, her husband Kevin Federline and their infant son, which had been taken in a private photo shoot, were recently stolen or otherwise unlawfully taken and may be offered to the media and others by the wrongdoers or their agents, although they have no right, license or other legal authority to do so.
Anyone who publishes sells or otherwise exploits any of these images in any way will be subject to liability and damages for willful infringement of copyright, and will be liable for invasion of privacy of Ms. Spears, Mr. Federline and their infant son, for unauthorized commercial use of the name and photographs of Ms. Spears, Mr. Federline and their son, and for wrongful conversion of the photographs."
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