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Controversial Bruised Photos of Heather Morris to Raise Money for Charity

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When I first saw the images of Heather Morris looking like a happy sex kitten 1950’s housewife with a black eye, I wanted to shake the person who thought it was a good idea to make domestic violence seem like silly fun.

I’m not the only one. The photos of Morris have been widely criticized for their controversial content. In an effort to staunch the negative press, the photographer Tyler Shields has decided to donate proceeds to two different causes.

Thirty percent of the proceeds for two of the less questionable images will go to the homeless charity The Big Issue. As for the close up of the “Glee” star’s beat up face? One hundred percent of the proceeds from the three limited editions of that image will go straight to a domestic violence organization. No word on which organization will get the funds, but bidding starts at $100,000.

Shields, while recognizing why other people are upset about the images, told E! News, “In no way were we promoting domestic violence. We wanted to do a bruised-up Barbie shoot and that’s exactly what we did!”

I’m not sure how throwing together a black eye, an iron, and flirty poses wouldn’t have run up anyone’s red flag, but there you have it.

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