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Former Disney star shows up on Tumblr—naked

Dylan Sprouse seems pretty cool with the exposure, actually.


Miles Klee


A little more than a year ago, no-longer-teen heartthrob Cole Sprouse, who starred on Disney Channel’s The Suite Life of Zack & Cody alongside his twin brother Dylan, caused an uproar by pulling the plug on his Tumblr and announcing it had been some ill-conceived, data-mining, sociological experiment (or head game) all along.

Now it’s Dylan who finds himself on the wrong side of the social media platform, for a different reason: A young lady posted his nude selfies on her blog. (NSFW, clearly.)

Despite the amateurish photos—sexts really ought to feature a setting other than “depressing NYU dorm bathroom,” and a visible erection might be preferable to clutching your genitals like you’re defending a free kick in soccer—Sprouse took the doxing with good cheer, both on Twitter and his own Tumblr account. He even reblogged a popular list of the best social media reactions thus far.

Whoops, guess I’m not 14 and fat anymore

— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) December 16, 2013

I messed up… but I’d be a fool not to own up to it. Got to move past it I suppose

— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) December 16, 2013

move past it in a sexy way tho ~~

— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) December 16, 2013

At least you can’t see my third testicle

— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) December 16, 2013

Sprouse’s diehard followers found a lot to love in his self-deprecation but weren’t quick to forgive the girl who had betrayed his trust. Fan site Sprouseable posted a photoset of the supposed culprit with the caption “I believe this is the girl that leaked Dylan’s nudes. Her tumblr is I’m normally very respectful of people’s privacy but I think she already crossed that line.”

The URL, of course, led to a deleted blog, though as the Sprouses have both discovered, rejecting fame doesn’t mean that fame is done with you.

H/T Gawker | Photo via Oh No They Didn’t/Livejournal

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