Ruby Rose Asks Fans To Boycott Magazine For Publishing Unapproved Photos Of Her

"Please, if you are a fan of mine boycott this issue."

Ruby Rose is taking major issue with The Untitled Magazine after the publication apparently published unapproved photos of her without her permission.

"[The magazine] decided to publish images of me after we explained we wouldn't be doing the shoot if I wasn't appropriately covered," Rose wrote on Instagram on Monday. 

"Not only is this eight months old ... The photo's unapproved but they also sold photos to other publications. The interview made no sense eight months on. Please, if you are a fan of mine boycott this issue," wrote Rose. "Or you are buying into greedy, exploitative propaganda. I have plenty of other shoots I'm proud of with professionals coming up. It's not needed in your collection." 

In a conversation with The Huffington Post, Indira Cesarine, Editor-in-Chief of "The Untitled Magazine," said she was saddened by the way Rose handled the allegations. 

"She knowingly and willingly did the photo shoot with the magazine at the consent of her PR team," Cesarine said. "As the Editor-in-Chief I did receive many emails [from the PR team] that they were happy with the photoshoot. 

According to Cesarine, neither Rose nor her team took issue with the photoshoot or the photos at the time they were shot. Cesarine herself was not on set at the photo shoot, and the concern over the photos was never relayed to the magazine if there was one on set. 

"She’s fully dressed, though you can see a hint of a nipple through the shirt because of the flash of the camera. The magazine was never actually notified that there was a problem with these photos." Cesarine also wanted to clarify that the magazine wasn't trying to sell the photos and couldn't actually make money off the photos themselves. 

"Dani Brubaker and her agent are the only ones that can manage the rights to these photos and profit off of them. We had nothing to do with any attempt to sell these images whatsoever. For this shoot, I have a contract that Dani is managing the photos and has the rights to the photos," she explained.

And as far as the actual images go, Cesarine said there is nothing she would consider to be a gross exploitation of the star.

"After she has done full frontal nudity on her show, these images are tame compared to what she has done on television," she said. 

Regardless of the nudity Rose has done on television, it is still her body and she is allowed to ask to take down the photos if she wants to. 

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