Teen Model Sues Apple Over Illicit iPhone App Pics

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Teen Model Sues Apple Over Illicit iPhone App Pics
Aspiring model Rebecca Battino is reportedly suing Apple for $1 million over steamy photos appearing on an iTunes App Store application.

The 19 year-old New Yorker claims someone copied the photographs from her computer and used them in the application eXtreme Cam Girls, which had now been removed from the iTunes App Store.

"I was just upset that I'm not being paid for my pictures," Battino told The New York Post. "I'm not embarrassed."

Samba Studios, makers of the application, and Apple did not respond to requests for comment on the suit filed in a Manhattan federal-court last week, the newspaper added.

Last month, reports claimed pop singer Lily Allen was suing Apple over a hacked laptop.

This story, "Teen Model Sues Apple Over Illicit iPhone App Pics" was originally published by Macworld U.K..

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