Bruce Jenner May Sue Over 'Illegal' Photos of Him in a Dress

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Bruce Jenner revealed a ton about his gender transition during his ABC News special with Diane Sawyer, but the E! reality star and Olympian still expects the right the privacy. After photos of the 65-year-old wearing a black and white dress taken outside his Malibu home ran in the New York Daily News, his lawyer says the pics were snapped illegally and he may pursue legal action.

Bruce claims they were taken with a telephoto lens from as far as a mile away, which is a huge invasion of privacy for anyone, famous or not. "The photos were clearly unlawfully taken from a very long distance using an enhancement device," his lawyer Marty Singer tells PageSix. "Bruce Jenner is going to enforce his right to privacy."

According to California state law, photographers can be held liable for images shot using these lenses of people in "personal or familial activity." The images, which were originally sold by pap agency X17, are no longer available for purchase. The Daily News has also taken them off their site.

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Editor's Note: Per Jenner's stated preference, Cambio will continue to refer to Bruce using male pronouns until he indicates otherwise.

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