A bride claims that her wedding photographer took "racy" nude/lingerie pictures of her while she was getting dressed for her wedding. She then says the photog put those "racy" pics online for everyone to see and it traumatized her.
The female photographer (or rather the company she works for) says the photos were only up online in a password protected proofing area. The photos of the bride were never online for public viewing.
I guess the bride gave one person the password and then that person gave it to someone else, etc, etc. So people viewing the proofs got to see her "nude/lingerie" pics and now she's suing claiming the photographer took the photos of her without consent.
This is the kind of thing that "newbie" wedding photographers don't think about when they agree to do a wedding for "cheap". Although this case has nothing to do with being "cheap" it's an example of how things can go horribly wrong for you if your not careful.