Kate Upton Swept Off Rock During Topless Photoshoot


Kate upton swept off rock during topless photoshoot

Kate Upton may be incredibly gorgeous and successful, but that doesn’t mean that her life is perfect.

And just because she’s a professional doesn’t mean that photoshoots can’t go wrong.

In the video that you’re about to see, Kate Upton’s topless photoshoot goes awry when a powerful wave knocks her from the jagged rock and into the water.

Just weeks ago, Kate Upton accused a Guess co-founder of sexual harassment. As we learned the harrowing details of Kate Upton’s accusations against Paul Marciano, were were horrified by the groping, the culture of fear, and the retaliation that she described.

Thankfully, though this video has its scary moments, it’s much more lighthearted.

It’s also wonderful that Upton’s terrible experiences did not prevent her from pursuing her modeling career.

The NSFW video that you’ll see below was shared by Sports Illustrated. Their caption reads:

“Whoops! Things got a little rocky on @kateupton’s #SISwim 2018 shoot in Aruba!”

That is a tremendous understatement, made mostly for the sake of the pun. Because, you see, it all starts with Kate Upton standing on a rock.

At first, everything is going well.

Kate Upton is wearing … almost nothing.

Standing on a rock on the Aruba shoreline, she’s clad in a skin-tone bikini bottom and a whole lot of light cloth attached to the back of it to make the outfit artsier than your average topless bikini pic.

(The effect is kind of … of a peacock with its tail down)

She’s covering her nipples with her hands and poised dramatically while the photographers take in her beauty.

As a larger wave comes from behind, a man comes up to offer her his hand to steady her so that she does not fall.

Keep in mind that Kate Upton can’t exactly turn around and check her own surroundings. A giant Syfy Original movie sea monster could be emerging …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

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