Fake Nude Photo Emailed Around in Campus, Emma Watson Finds It 'Tiresome'

Emma Watson

The Hermione Granger of 'Harry Potter' movie series is tired of photoshopped picture of her naked and is said 'trying to seek out the source so she can put a stop to it.'

"Harry Potter" beauty Emma Watson is tired of doctored nude photograph being circulated around her American university. According to Daily Mail, a photo of Emma has been emailed among students at the Brown University, showing the British star with a towel around her waist standing by a hot tub.

And now, Emma's spokesman has released a statement over the matter. "There have been a number of nude fakes over the past two months. Emma has seen them and finds them tiresome. People should know better," the spokesman said.

Though it still not clear whether the alleged nude shot is indeed real or not, a friend of Emma said that the Hermione Granger depicter insisted the image is fake and found it troublesome. The pal was said as quoted by the site, "Emma is trying to seek out the source so she can put a stop to it. She says the picture has been faked."

Emma herself recently revealed she will never strip in a movie just to move on from her Hermione role. "I'm not going to get my kit off or snort cocaine in a film, just to leave Hermione behind," she told The Sunday Times magazine. "I'm not going to do something shocking because I'm so paranoid or insecure that I can't play another role convincingly. I don't want everyone to forget me as Hermione. I'm really proud of her."

Emma had finished the last installment of "Harry Potter" productions. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II" will hit U.S. theaters on November 19 this year and July 15, 2011 respectively.

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    that was a commercial as well as fully fraying story.

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    Brown student
    Nov 09, 2010

    The story is an invention of the Daily Mail. Photos are NOT circulating here at Brown. Emma is NOT shocked by anything except perhaps the Daily Mail. The Mail combined an ancient story about a fake photo with a sensationalistic headline that was sheer invention, surmising that Brown University students are "reportedly" (reported by whom exactly?) circulating photos. And bottom-feeder website are regurgitating the Daily Mail fiction.

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