Piers Morgan weighs in on Khloe Kardashian's unedited photo: 'The scam's been blown'
Piers Morgan and Khloe Kardashian. Jon Kopaloff / FilmMagic / Neil Mockford / GC Images
Piers Morgan proposed to Khloe Kardashian's efforts to remove an unedited photo from the Internet.
Morgan said the controversy had exposed the Kardashian family's "betrayal".
He described the Kardashians as "a group of talentless, glorious, greedy and hypocritical spendthrifts".
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Piers Morgan described Khloé Kardashian's attempts to remove an unedited photo of himself from the Internet as "honestly tragic" in his latest column for the Daily Mail.
Morgan wrote in the tabloid that the photo - which appears to be airbrush-free and of Khloé Kardashian standing by a pool in a leopard print bikini - exposed the "scam" the Kardashian family had been practicing for many years.
He writes: "Compared to all of her much improved, carefully staged glamor promotional photos, her waistline is significantly less defined, her curves less dramatic, and her skin not that incredibly smooth. It's Khloé, no makeup, flawed and everything. And the photo was absolutely terrible.
"Not for me, I hurry to add. I thought she looked as refreshingly normal as I have ever seen any of the Kardashians. No, it was absolutely horrible for HER."
He continued: "With an inadvertently published original photo the deception has been inflated. After all, Khloé Kardashian is not a wonderfully shaped Venus-like goddess, she is just a normal woman with normal looks and a normal body shape. No shame - not at all - and yet she made herself very rich by pretending to be something completely different and very special. And the moment that ruthlessly protected mask slipped off, she got angry. "
Khloe Kardashian attends a Good American event in September 2019. George Pimentel / Getty Images
Later in this article, Morgan describes the entire Kardashian family as "a bunch of talentless, glorious, greedy, and hypocritical spendthrifts" and writes that the reason Khloé Kardashian's "fake" is so important is because young fans often mimic, like she looks.
"The reason the Khloé fake is important is because so many formidable young girls and women strive to look what they think the Kardashians look like, from ruthless starvation to getting the same fake waists, to to paid plastic surgeons to irreparably choke and poke their faces, "he writes. "Their desperation to mimic their deceitful idols causes major psychological problems, including anxiety, depression, and worse."
He added, "It's honestly tragic to see how scared Khloé Kardashian was from the thought that people might know what she really looks like."
On Monday, Page 6 first reported that Khloé's photo was removed from social media sites after Kardashian's agents threatened legal action. In response, a Kardashian spokesman said the picture was taken during a private family gathering and accidentally posted on social media without an assistant's permission.
Late on Wednesday evening, Khloé Kardashian first responded to the reports with a post on Instagram defending efforts to have the photo removed and talking about her body image issues.
In the Post, she said, "As someone who has struggled with body image all their life when someone takes a picture of you that doesn't flatter in low light or doesn't capture your body as it is after being like that worked hard to get it to this point - and then share it with the world - you should have the right to demand that it not be shared - regardless of who you are. "
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