Rielle Hunter's GQ photo spread, which John Edwards' mistress was supposedly so repulsed by, was done with her full knowledge and consent, the magazine says.
The weird videographer claimed, following the release of the feature story on her, that she thought it would only include head shots, not sexy, body-baring pics.
GQ is calling BS on that statement.
"Rielle is a smart woman. She knows exactly what she wore and what she was doing in the photo shoot," said GQ reporter Lisa DePaulo on Good Morning America.
What she wore? Not a lot! The magazine's Rielle Hunter pictures show her wearing only a man's button down white shirt, a string of pearls and panties. Revolting.
How dare GQ con Rielle Hunter into posing like this?!
In some of the pics she is posed on a bed with stuffed animals piled around her, panties peeking out. You don't end up there with no pants on by mistake, Rielle.
Just the same, a tearful Hunter told ABC News' Barbara Walters she was repulsed by seeing the sexy photo shoot and thought "all but one would be headshots."
But GQ released a video of the shoot to defend itself, and at one point a videographer asks Hunter, "You want to take a look at this?" She does. Approvingly.
So in conclusion, we can state two things with full confidence:
- Rielle Hunter has no credibility, although that's not shocking from a woman who slept with a married man and helped conceal their love child together.
- Somewhere, John Edwards is loving these pictures.