Photographer Refuses to Apologize for Demi Moore Airbrush Comments
Despite repeated pleas, Anthony Citrano won’t apologize.
The December issue of W magazine ignited an uproar amongst critics and devoted readers due to a now infamous shot of the cover girl, Demi Moore.
Anthony Citrano, the photographer who alleged that the final photos were digitally altered and that a very obvious piece of flesh was missing from Moore’s thigh, is refusing to apologize for his comments.
“Did she have some sort of weird car accident that left a wedge of meat missing from it? The fabric even magically floats above the missing thigh,” Citrano wrote on his Web site.
The actress’ lawyer Marty Singer has asked Citrano to retract his claims, but the photog is standing his ground. (The Sun)