THE teenager who posted nude photos of St Kilda players gatecrashed the club's first training session of under police escort and brandishing protest posters. The year-old girl said her move was a publicity stunt to keep her story in the media and help keep the spotlight on the AFL and St Kilda's actions throughout the ordeal. Alone for much of the session, the year-old did not put the posters up after she felt threatened when fellow St Kilda supporters at the ground began to abuse her. Saints captain Nick Riewoldt and midfielder Nick Dal Santo, who were pictured in compromising positions in the photos the girl posted on the internet, trained during the two-hour session. The teenager revealed that Saints player Sam Gilbert emailed the humiliating pictures of his teammates to her after acting on legal advice by saying she took them herself. Asked if this was to cheer her up she said: "Yeah I guess, just to make me laugh''.
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There's more explicit photos of St Kilda players to come, says teen girl
Thrown out of the family home and rejected by friends, the Melbourne teenager at the centre of the St Kilda nude photo scandal still stands behind her actions. On one occasion, after sleeping with the man at his home, she claims other footballers came in to the room. The girl, who was drunk at the time, says some players tried to coax her into masturbating them.
The teenage girl at the centre of the St Kilda nude-photo scandal has been banned from publishing or continuing to publish any other photos from footballer Sam Gilbert's computer. Federal Court Justice Shane Marshall adjourned proceedings this morning until tomorrow afternoon to allow the year-old an opportunity to be heard on the future direction of the case. The girl, who is on holiday in Queensland with her parents, was not represented in court and did not attend. But lawyers for Gilbert were unsuccessful today in their attempt to have the court order that the explicit photos be destroyed. Justice Marshall said that if such an application was to be made, the girl should be allowed to be part of the proceedings.