September 19, 2011 09:09:28 GMT
Denying that the former NSYNC singer sent compromising photos to the 'Black Swan' beauty, representatives for both stars say there is no 'inappropriate correspondence between the two parties.'
In the light of hacking photo scandal involving some celebrities, representatives for Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake have finally spoken up to set things straight. To People, the reps say their clients did not share intimate pictures to each other, calling the report "entirely false."
"At no time did Mr. Timberlake and Ms. Kunis exchange inappropriate texts or emails," the reps says in a statement. "The insistence that there is any inappropriate correspondence between the two parties is entirely false."
The statement also stresses out that one of the images, claimed to be taken from Kunis' phone "was in fact not from any phone but from an inactive email account that has not existed in three years." The reps add, "In regards to the other photos in question, they were never exchanged between the two parties."
"In closing, Mr. Timberlake would like us to make it clear that while he might write songs about putting things in boxes, he never has and definitely doesn't make a habit of taking any photos of them and sending them," the statement further notes. "Ms. Kunis would like us to add that while she is a fan of the song, she does not have nor has ever had photos of any male parts in her possession."
According to previous reports, a hacker obtained some pictures from Kunis' cell phone which feature Timberlake wearing Kunis' pink panties over his head, and posing in bed. Additionally, it was said that "he sent her a picture of his penis, unfortunately without his face there."
Just like Scarlett Johansson who also falls victim to cell phone hackings, the "Friends with Benefits" on-screen couple is currently working with authorities and will pursue any legal action required in this matter.