Some of you may have heard of this case.... Now here is what worries me... To say a signature is "forged" requires experts. Experts are NOTORIOUS in the court system for being, how shall we say, "iffy". Attorneys often shop around for an "expert" who will testify exactly as they want. Mostly because many things are subjective. So who knows on the signature. I DO know that there is a video from apparently the same shoot where Diaz is cavorting around for the camera. See, here is where it gets a little chilling.... I have NO DOUBT, in light of the video that was made at around the same time (if not simultaneously) that Diaz was a willing participant. Now, as an A-List celeb she is having some regret. Now, the photog is most likely a sleaze bag. But if she willingly participated in the photos, how is it "extortion" to offer her first refusal? Seriously. Think about this. Say you do a shoot with someone who later becomes famous. Does this mean you can't do anything with the pics? Will they simply claim "forgery"? And extortion? I mean come on....the guy may have wanted too much, but offering first refusal is NOT extortion. Except when the highly paid lawyers on the other side work you over. This is chilling folks.