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AFL Photo Scandal on FaceBook

AFL Photo Scandal on FaceBook - AFL St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt says he is shocked and hurt that a photo of him naked, taken by a teammate in Miami, has appeared on Facebook.

Riewoldt told a press conference in Melbourne he did not know the teenager who posted the photo of him and fellow players Zac Dawson and Nick Dal Santo on the internet, and found her action incomprehensible and distressing.

The Federal Court yesterday issued an order restraining the unnamed teenager from posting photos on Facebook until a second hearing on December 23.

However she said today she would post more photos once she opens a new Facebook page.

“Yeah definitely, once I make a new Facebook page ... who's going to stop me?” she told ABC radio.

AFL Photo Scandal on FaceBook

Riewoldt said the photo was taken by teammate Sam Gilbert as Riewoldt got out of bed while on holidays in Miami 12 months ago.

Riewoldt said he had asked Gilbert to delete the photograph and was disappointed he hadn’t.

The photo remained on Gilbert's computer but eventually was posted on a 17-year-old girl's Facebook page.

St Kilda says the photos were removed from Gilbert's computer without his permission.

“If I'd done something wrong I'd be happy to cop that but I've done nothing wrong,” Riewoldt said.

“For the record I have never met the person who published the photograph on Facebook or who owns the Facebook site.

“That a person I have no association with has sought to impugn me is the cause of great distress to myself, my girlfriend, my family and my friends.

“Given that I had absolutely no association with the person at any point, I am at a loss to understand what their motivation could be.”

The naked photos have gone viral after Facebook reportedly shut down several pages on which the images were posted.

AFL Photo Scandal on FaceBook

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