July 09, 2004 12:00am
Cameron Diaz Topless
Imagine a topless Cameron Diaz in fishnet stockings, playing with a man wearing only a leather mask and a loincloth. The stuff of many a male's fantasy, isn't it? Only, this 'fantasy' is, in fact, reality.
A video including this scene, shot back in 1992, before Diaz became an a-list movie star, has reportedly found its way to the Internet. The video and photographs were shot by John Rutter, who was convicted recently on a charge of trying to blackmail the actress.
Diaz's lawyers have now sent a 'cease-and-desist letter' to Russia-based Scandal-Inc to withdraw the movie, according to People magazine.
Rutter on the other hand has slapped a $10 million countersuit against the Shrek and Charlie's Angels star, alleging 'breach of contract and fraud'.
Interestingly, Scandal-Inc's attorney, Ronald Richards, claims that Rutter has nothing to do with the website. He said the video "had been around for 12 years and someone must have gotten a copy".