September 25, 2012 3:24 PM EST
Kate Middleton Topless Photo an Inside Job, Chateu Servant Allegedly Tipped Closer Magazine [PHOTOS]
The much talked-about topless photos of Kate Middleton while vacationing in France were no accident. It is alleged that a servant working at Chateau D'Autet tipped off a staff of Closer Magazine so they can prey on a sunbathing Duchess.
It was said that the tipper from the Provence Chateau advised the photographers where to get the best spot so he or she can get a good view of the Royal Couple sunbathing in the balcony. Although these accusations are turned down by staff members close to the Royal family, Closer Magazine employees and the English photographer could have made a deal. These are not normal celebrity photos, after all.
"There is no evidence that staff was involved in taking the topless photos of Kate" says a source in a post.
Meanwhile, the nationality of the photographer who was responsible for taking the topless photos has been revealed. It was quite a shock for British media when a photographer named Pascal Rostain claims the culprit is an Englishman.
"The irony of this whole thing is that the photographer who took these pictures is an Englishman living in the south of France." says Rostain in a report. The plot thickens when Pascal Rostain's statement regarding the photographer is reviewed; saying Closer ordered the photographer to wait for days so he can get the shots the magazine wanted.
"These photos were taken on the orders of Closer, who asked him to sit around for several days to take them," further added the French photographer.