Empire State Building sues photog over ‘forbidden topless shoot’ in premises

New York, Jan. 14: The owners of Empire State Building have filed a 1.1-million-dollar-suit against a photographer, who shot a raunchy topless photoshoot at the top of the world-famous skyscraper.

The suit said that Henson, an Iraq war veteran turned fashion photog, engaged in “forbidden behavior” by clicking photos of the buxom brunette stunner throwing her hair back next to the seemingly oblivious tourists, the New York Post reported.

According to court papers, the model removed her top and posed for topless images taken by Henson for commercial purposes.

ESB’s attorney Jessica Eyland said that at the time Henson and the model entered the observatory, it was crowded with visitors, including children.

She said that ESB was never notified about the photo shoot, and Henson did not seek or obtain any permission from ESB for the topless photo shoot. (ANI)