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Brit actress Kelly Brook is getting more exposure on the web this week than she might like after website What Would Tyler Durden Do? (NSFW) posted nude scenes from her movie Three for the benefit of the internet viewing audience worldwide.

According to WWTDD: "This is one of the clips from the movie Three, the movie Kelly is suing because she felt certain scenes were too explicit and she didn't want them to be seen. Umm, it didn't work. This scene is Kelly topless in the ocean writhing around with some dude, and then there's some other dude in the bushes watching them. If that second dude was there to judge the bikini contest, he's gonna be pretty disappointed."

Interestingly, although Brook is indeed reported furious at the nude scenes due to their "explicit" nature, some commentators down at WWTDD suggest that the actual justification for their ending on the cutting room floor is because they're "crap", as one critic puts it. ®

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