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Natalie Decker nude trailer sparks controversy

Natalie Decker nude trailer sparks controversy

Natalie Deckers nude trailer sparked controversy in October when she was asked to remove her top while in the midst of filming.

In the video, Deckers is seen leaning on a railing with her right leg in the air, while her left leg is dangling off to the side.

When she finally gets to the camera, Decker’s nude bikini-clad body is shown dangling over a pool of water.

“You’ve got to love it when you’re doing it, because you’re letting everyone know you’re the best.

I love it,” she says in the clip.”

And I know you have to do it because if you don’t, you’re just like a bad, bad actor.”

A source familiar with the video said that the video’s footage was edited to remove the footage showing Deckers’ left leg.

The source added that the footage in question was filmed after Deckers was arrested and charged with felony indecent exposure, a felony that carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison.

“This is the first time that someone has been arrested for that,” the source said.

“I think it’s a very dangerous precedent that could be set.”

Degrie’s lawyer, Brian Leiter, has defended his client in court, calling the incident “completely inappropriate and irresponsible.”

“This woman’s naked body, her private parts, was in a public location, and she did not pose any threat to anyone,” he told ABC News.

“It was an accident, and there’s no way for anyone to know what would have happened had the video not been removed.”

He also said that he had “never seen” the clip, but had seen it on a “YouTube feed.”

“It’s a YouTube feed that has been deleted,” he said.

The video sparked a flurry of criticism and debate on social media.

One Twitter user said it “starts with an innocent girl in the nude, then the public shaming starts.

This is not the way to make a good impression on the public.””

A real feminist should not use nudity as a prop for shaming and humiliation.””

I’ve never seen this before, but it is so completely inappropriate and I hope that it doesn’t happen again.”