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Rams star Cooper Kupp rips Balenciaga over children's 'BDSM' ad campaign

Rams star Cooper Kupp blasts luxury fashion brand Balenciaga for outrageous ad campaign showing boy holding teddy bear dressed in BDSM garb: ‘Be aware of attack on our young people’

Injured Los Angeles Rams receiver Cooper Kupp is attacking luxury fashion brand Balenciaga over a recent photo shoot featuring a boy holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit.

The Super Bowl LVI MVP released a statement on social media Saturday: “To try to be a voice for our children, who depend on the protection of the men and women entrusted with the responsibility of raising and raising them: by Please be aware of the attack on our youth by @balenciaga, and ensure they are held accountable for it.

“For those of us in positions to create change in the way companies manipulate people and advertise evil, stand up!”

Injured Los Angeles Rams receiver Cooper Kupp is attacking luxury fashion brand Balenciaga over a recent photo shoot featuring a boy holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit.

Fashion Label Balenciaga Is Apologizing For What Many Believe Is A Photo Shoot Amounting To Child Pornography, Featuring A Boy Holding A Teddy Bear Dressed In A Bdsm Outfit.

Fashion label Balenciaga is apologizing for what many believe is a photo shoot amounting to child pornography, featuring a boy holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit.

A Photo Of A Girl Holding A Teddy Bear In Bondage-Style Clothing Has Been Removed From The Gift Shop Section Of Balenciaga'S Website.

A photo of a girl holding a teddy bear in bondage-style clothing has been removed from the gift shop section of Balenciaga’s website.

The Super Bowl Lvi Mvp Released A Statement On Social Media Saturday.

The Super Bowl LVI MVP released a statement on social media Saturday.

Balenciaga, a world-renowned Spanish fashion house that dresses Kim Kardashian and Nicole Kidman, has apologized for the adult-themed children’s photo shoot. The company also filed a $25 million lawsuit against the producers who devised the ad campaign.

Perhaps even stranger, a Twitter user discovered that one of the photos in a separate session contained an excerpt from the 2008 US Supreme Court opinion in United States v. Williams, which upheld part of a federal child pornography law.

The ruling found that offering or requesting to transfer, sell, deliver, or trade in child pornography did not violate the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, even if a person charged under the code did not in fact possess child pornography in which to deal. The late Justice Antonin Scalia specifically noted that offers to engage in illegal transactions are categorically excluded from First Amendment protection.

Balenciaga issued a statement on Tuesday apologizing for both photo shoots and apparently suggesting they would take legal action against anyone else involved.

The statement reads: ‘We sincerely apologize for any offense our Christmas campaign may have caused. Our teddy bear bags should not have been featured with children in this campaign. We have immediately removed the campaign from all platforms.

‘We apologize for showing disturbing documents in our campaign. We take this matter very seriously and are taking legal action against the parties responsible for creating the set and including items not approved for our Spring 23 campaign photo shoot. We strongly condemn child abuse in any form. We stand for the safety and well-being of children.’

Italian Photographer Galimberti Promoted The Images As Part Of A Series Of Projects He Called

Italian photographer Galimberti promoted the images as part of a series of projects he called “Toy Stories,” in an apparent reference to the Disney/Pixar film series.

They later clarified in a statement to DailyMail.com that neither photographers Gabriele Galimberti nor photographer Chris Maggio would be part of any legal action. A spokesperson said they would sue the creatives who were hired for the Spring 23 collection photos.

Balenciaga told DailyMail.com: ‘Balenciaga is not taking any legal action against Gabriele Galimberti, the photographer for the Christmas campaign, which includes a child holding a teddy bear bag.

‘Gabriele Galimberti was in no way involved in the Spring 23 campaign involving disturbing documents in an office.’

Galimberti has since claimed the images were part of a series called ‘Toy Stories,’ he wrote on his Instagram page.

Kupp, 29, is a former third-round pick who has become one of the best receivers in the NFL. He was named MVP of February’s Super Bowl win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but was placed on injured reserve on November 15 with an ankle injury.

Balenciaga, A World-Renowned Spanish Fashion House That Dresses Kim Kardashian And Nicole Kidman, Has Apologized For The Adult-Themed Children'S Photo Shoot. The Company Also Filed A $25 Million Lawsuit Against The Producers Who Devised The Ad Campaign.

Balenciaga, a world-renowned Spanish fashion house that dresses Kim Kardashian and Nicole Kidman, has apologized for the adult-themed children’s photo shoot. The company also filed a $25 million lawsuit against the producers who devised the ad campaign.

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