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‘Glee’ actress participates in ‘bruised-up Barbie shoot’

Domestic violence is no sexy matter, so it’s more than a little bizarre that Los Angeles photographer Tyler Shields put together a “bruised-up Barbie” photo shoot of blond “Glee” star Heather Morris.

The 24-year-old actress, who plays perky blond cheerleader Brittany on the television series, has a fake black eye and sports a ponytail and old-fashioned black-and-white polka-dot dress in the shoot, giving the pictures a 1950s feel.

“Even Barbie gets bruises,” Mr. Shields wrote in his blog, which includes snapshots of Miss Morris’ hands tied up, the bare-shouldered actress drinking water from an iron, and the female celebrity pulling her hair while sprawled on an ironing board. Miss Morris also can be seen beaming as she pretends to iron Mr. Shields’ crotch.

Though Mr. Shields told E! that he wasn’t encouraging domestic abuse, many have been chafed by the odd photos.

“I don’t know if Tyler is aware, but I’m quite sure there are plenty of women who have been abused by these kinds of household appliances and children as well being hit with electrical cords,” Rita Smith of the Denver-based National Coalition Against Domestic Violence told E!. “If he had stopped with the image of the bruise, [the pictures] could conceivably be used as a way to raise awareness about the impact of violence, but the other things do make it look appealing, as if she might be enjoying the process, and I don’t think that’s helpful.”

Mr. Shields is also the man behind last year’s creepy Lindsay Lohan photo shoot, which showed the natural redhead in a sheer bra with a gun to her face inside a blood-splattered room.

“Glee” cast members have been known to participate in racy magazine spreads. Last year, the program’s stars Dianna Agron, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith dressed down for a sexually suggestive GQ pictorial. The Parents Television Council said the GQ shoot “borders on pedophilia” and is a “near-pornographic display.”

Compiled by Laura Donovan 2011 the Daily Caller.

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