AnnaLynne McCord got herself into some controversy earlier this week, after she accidently sent out a nude photograph of herself to 100,000 Twitter followers. The model and actress was attempting to post the photograph as a gift to a fan, but accidently forgot to crop the image enough and bared all.
The image sent Twitter into overdrive, with thousands of fans flocking to the image. After seemingly realising what she had done, the 90210 star removed the picture and re-posted an edited version (which had been cropped down). It appears as though she frantically asked the fan if she had deleted the image too, with 'Megan' tweeting back, "Yes its gone! I wasn't Sure if you noticed it when you posted ... that's definitely a great picture!". Following the wave of interest in the mishap, Annalynne gave an interview to Global Grind.com explaining her mistake, saying, "My only response to all these lovely people is, 'He who be without sin cast the first stone.' If you have never messed up or done anything wrong in your life, then please, feel free to judge me", adding, "I'm a human being and we make mistakes". She went on to say the mishap is behind her and that she's now looking forward to her first Sundance Film Festival next week. (The photograph that Annalynne accidently posted can be seen in our photo gallery).
Annalynne isn't the first celebrity to get into a mess on Twitter, and probably won't be the last. In 2011, Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen accidently tweeted his personal cell phone number to over 7 million followers - he had intended to send a personal message to Justin Bieber but instead tweeted a public message.