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Discussion in 'Celebrity Endowments' started by onion, Jan 19, 2007.
Kevin McDaid Anyone got pics of him? hes from the boyband V i heard there is some nudes??
Sergio, the owner of Homocaine, has stated publicly that it was the nude photos of Kevin McDaid which caused his site to be closed down, since McDaid was still a minor when the photographs were taken.
Consequently, they may NOT be posted here.
Nude photographs of minors may not be posted or linked to from LPSG.
Anyone who does so may be banned.
The photo's that have been posted on other websites of him are orginally from Ladstrip - Amateur Pics of Cute British Model Boys Getting Naked - 8 Teen - 25yrs and they were taken when he was 18. I knew the photographer and have done some pictures on the site myself however they were taken off pretty quickly when he got his record deal. So if any guys can find pics of this hot guy pls post - i haven't seen them for ages and I love his big dick!
Yeah its funny how Mr . Mcdaid was quite happy to get paid for nude photos and have them appear on a website which makes it clear all the models are 18 or over when he wasnt in a pop group , but as soon as the group gets successful hes " oh my god I was 17 , you cant show those photos , its child porn " , pull the other one Mr .Mcdaid , it's got bells on !
I always wondered that if a person were a great photographer as a "child" and had a slew of erotic photos of himself as a boy, could he be arrested for having child pornography, even though the photos were of himself? Dennis
The fact of the matter is that one of the largest and most successful "male nude celebrity" websites (Homocaine) WAS closed down on account of publishing these photographs.
Mere hearsay assertions that McDaid was in fact 18 are simply NOT sufficient, unless you wish to place LPSG at risk for the sake of getting a look at this guy's cock.
I'm sure if you really wanted to spend the time you could do a search on the internet and find the pictures you want, they'll be somewhere, they always are, you just might have to pay to see them. Just don't take LPSG away from us to see them, go someplace else.
If Kevin Mcdaid was quite happy to have his photos taken for a site which states all models are 18 and over I feel hes only got himself to blame if people doubt his age was really 17 at the time , either he lied about his age when the photos were taken or the website host lied , theres no hearsay assertions there , just lies on one or both persons part ( if he was indeed 17) .
The law doesn't work that way. If someone knowingly posts an image of anyone under 18, then the person posting, or more usually, the host of the images, will be held accountable.
It's one of the very few simple rules that exist to safeguard LPSG - NO under-18s. It ain't rocket-science.
My position does not differ greatly to yours with regard to the notion that the law is an ass for arbitrarily denoting one's 18th birthday as the point at which individuals suddenly, overnight, become possessed of maturity and a sense of awareness with regard to displaying their own body... however, we need to move within the framework of that law here if we value LPSG. To this end, I include below a more detailed response of mine from April 2006 concerning this matter:
all good points well made , but not actually the point I was making . Youre assuming its common knowledge that Kevin Mcdaid was 17 when the photos were taken , some of us are saying that he might have been 18 , and just lied after his pop group had a few hits ,claiming he was 17 to get some very embarassing photos of the net . I'd be very interested to hear the POV of the person who hosts the ladstrip website and / or the person who took the photos as to what age Mr . Mcdaid said he was when the photos were taken .
I wasnt suggesting anything about posting the pics or encouraging people break rules , just saying , sometimes celebrities lie about things to get out of embarassing situations . Him telling a lie about his age makes removal of these photos very easy doesnt it
The photographs were shot as part of a session with "Ross", as anyone who has seen the pair's "action shots" will know.
As you can see, the solo images of Ross from the set were uploaded to ladstrip on 2nd October 2001 (the same date used to appear at the site's page showing the rest of the set, featuring their dual antics and Kevin's solo pics):
---> Free Gallery 1 of Ross
Since Kevin McDaid was born on 4th March 1984, there is no conceivable way that he could have been over 18 at the time the images were created. One presumes he lied to the people at ladstrip about his age.
I'd be very surprised if Peter the photographer for ladstrip would of allowed his site to be put at risk by underage photo's. When I did my photo shoot he asked me to bring my passport and took a photocopy of it to provide proof of age before he started the shoot.
hah , I bloody knew it , oh and Timbo maybe the photographer wasnt making so stringent checks on peoples ages back in 2001 ? When were your photos taken ?
P.S I've just noticed that Ross is wearing a different t-shirt and top in that free set to the pics taken with Kevin , so I'll have to go on Alex's word that all the photos were uploaded the same time .
I did two photo shoots, one end of 2000 and then again in 2002. I can understand if people don't want to jepordise the site, i still will be amazed if the pictures were underage - just like lpsg ladstrip would not of wanted to risk there site by using underage models.
These celebrity types can be very ambitious , maybe Kevin knew a passport forger or something lol .
Not to be a stickler but, although it sounds like "would of" it is actually "would have." I know, I'm a dick but it will be easier to read posts if they are written properly.
They were, and hey Timbo, nice to see yer still about, hows yer feet?
http://www.gravatar.com/avatar.php?...loscan.com/images/blank.gif&rating=PG&size=32 I should point out that it is not illegal for someone to be in possession of the pics of kevin mcdaid (aka Jordan) as at the time the photographs were taken of him he was of legal age to be photographed and he signed a consent form to release them. Kevin McDaid was 100% legal at the time those photos were taken. Kevin, personally contacted Peter the webmaster of the site they were published on and asked that they be removed as he was about to endeavour on a "pop" career. The photos of "Jordan" were removed immediately, not through fear of legal action but as a goodwill gesture to a decent lad. It was only years l8r when he met the westlife crew that legal threats started, either to keep his image sweet or to increase his google rating and make people want him more. A letter from a huge London law firm however is enough to make most sites bow and remove the photos which is a shame. I know for 100% sure that Kevin McDaid provided I.D that was genuine and made it legal to take photograpghs of him at that time. Ladstrip was not and never will be in the business of falling for fake i.d's as u suggest by "stringent checks". The checks were done and the photographer broke no law nor did Kevin. Maybe if the site owner hadn't have done Kevin the favour of removing him from the site then Kevin wouldnt be where he is now....In Fact Kevin was to be part of the main launch of badboyzuk.net(previously boystrip) which never launched and instead boystrip evolved into ladstrip(currently offline until July 2007, as rumours have it).
Sadly becoming more and more common in the UK, due to our "ah, the poor dears, you know what they mean, that's more important" nannying attitudes in schools, where far more people leave semi-literate than in previous years!
"Would have/Should have/Could have" (or the abbreviated forms "Would've/Should've/Could've) have become "Would of/Should of/Could of";
the word "that" is increasingly missed out of sentences;
"being on tenterhooks" becomes "being on tender hooks" (!);
"anything" becomes "anythink" (especially when spoken);
"you've got another thing coming" (meaning an unexpected surprise) becomes "you've got another think coming" (apparently now you have "thinks", not "thoughts") etc. etc.
I agree with you mistergrasso, it does make it easier if things are written properly. Frequently I have to stop and re-read things because of poor composition. However, in a general defence, many of us make mistakes when typing at speed (or/and are tired), whilst translating what the brain is thinking into text. We should get into the habit of reading back what we have written (a couple of times, if possible) before hitting the "send" button - the fact is, that we often don't! :redface: