Found February 15, 2013 on
Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
I feel bad for Notre Dame basketball star Skylar Diggins. She seems like a nice young lady trying to do positive things. Looks like her past may be coming back to haunt her. Someone has leaked alleged nude photos of her from 2009 to WSHH. This isn’t the first time alleged naked selfies of Skylar have popped up, back in 2011 some photos were dropped but Skylar said they weren’t her.
You know the drill, not safe for work or tender eyes. 18 and over please.
These photos were dropped on Valentine’s Day this time around. Sounds like a bitter ex or mad rival is trying to get revenge. Best advice, don’t trust anyone with compromising photos of you. You never know what people will do once it’s over. Crazy year for Notre Dame athletes and the internet so far. First Manti Te’o madness and now this.
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Worldstar Hip Hop claim the photos above were from Skylar’s early years at Notre Dame. Here is what I know and then you can come to your own conclusions.
About a week ago a gentleman contacted me claiming he had naked photos of Skylar Diggins. He wanted $10k for the photos and at that point my reaction was this.
The gentleman claimed that he would leak the photos and assured...
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