JFK photo is fake, from another source

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Earlier today TMZ reported a news of an alleged JFK photo where the former president is seen on a yacht surrounded with women who have no close on. The entertainment publication just published another story saying the JFK photo is or may actually be something else.

The alleged photo of JFK can be seen here, where TMZ has published an extensive report about the photo being real and the president being seen the the photo. Particularly it reads that "TMZ has also had two Kennedy biographers examine the photo -- they also believe JFK is in the picture."

However, just now the publication issued a new story, according to which it received a call where the caller says the alleged JFK photo is fake and is from another source: published in Hugh Hefner's infamous magazine.

In an updated version the online celebrity website just wrote the following. "A rep from Playboy tells TMZ the photo ran as part of story titled, "Playboy's Charter Yacht Party: How to Have a Ball on the Briny with an Able-Bodies Complement of Ship's Belles." She says the photo was taken in one of the islands that make up the Grenadines (Petit Rameau)."

Interestingly, The New York Daily News also picked up the topic and made news out of it relying on the word "Forensics." Thus, they are probably trying to give the photo and the story more weight.

Whether the JFK photo is fake or real the time may still show. In the meantime, the story is developing.

John F. Kennedy was the 35th U.S. President. He was the president between 1961 to 1963.

Written by Armen Hareyan

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