Vogue Williams opens up about deep fake porn sites using her face 2 months ago

Vogue Williams opens up about deep fake porn sites using her face

"I saw my face plastered on all these porn images and I was like: 'Jesus, I don't remember that.'"

Vogue Williams has opened up about having her face edited onto photos used on pornography sites.

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Speaking on Angela Scanlon's Ask Me Anything, the model described how "weird" and worrying it was to discover the images and how she feared her kids would see them.

"Deep fake porn is a thing. It actually happened a few years ago, I saw my face plastered on all these porn images and I was like: "Jesus, I don't remember that.'"

"About three weeks ago, or something, it came up again and they've updated the picture and I mean, if I thought I was having a good time before, I’m having a really good time in these ones."

Deep fakes are AI generated photos or videos, where one person's face will be put onto another's body. They can sometimes be indistinguishable from reality and are widely used in the world of fake celebrity porn.

Vogue went on to describe how explicit the images were, adding: "Willies everywhere - in the eye, in the ear, a lot of willies! I'm adventurous, not that adventurous"

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She told Angela that despite her efforts, the images are very difficult to get removed from sites.

"It’s kind of weird but do you know what the weirdest thing is? That you can’t get them down. Like, they’re just up, anyone is allowed to put them up, and they are starting to look more realistic.

"The most recent ones look so realistic and I can kind of laugh about it but at the same time I hope they come down at some stage."

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She added that one of her biggest concerns was that her kids may see them - something she obviously never wants to happen.

Vogue is expecting her third child with partner Spencer Matthews in April 2022.

The couple currently have two children together - three-year-old Theodore and one-year-old Gigi.