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Pity if you will poor old Vanessa Hudgens, star of Disney's High School Musical, who recently got some unwanted exposure when a snap of her striking a birthday-suit strumpet pose for the titillation of squeeze Zac Efron spilled onto the internet, with predictable results.

The offending photo, far too explicit for a family publication such as this, reportedly nearly cost the girl her job. Happily, Disney had an attack of good sense and decided she would not have to walk the plank for strutting her stuff in what was, after all, a private image.

That should have been an end to it, but Hudgens now has to explain just how further photographs of her engaging in a further series of outrages - including mock lesbian-kissing her chums, giving the camera the finger, and pulling up her skirt to reveal her underwear - came to entertain the unwashed cybermasses.

The poses in question, which The Register has seen but considers far too tame for an adult publication such as this, are hardly in Paris Hilton's league. We'd suggest that if the material did indeed show Ms Hudgens orally pleasuring Efron while Lindsay Lohan rakes out lines of Bolivian marching powder between Tara Reid's substantial Bulgarian airbags, the media might have some justification for its enthusiastic interest in the matter.

In conclusion, El Reg is imposing a site-wide Vanessa Hudgens embargo until such time as she indulges in some proper internet pornography, attacks her assistant with a PDA, or is jailed for drunk-driving. Thank you. ®

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