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It started on a site called The Dirty. Then it started crawling its way through the rest of the blogosphere -- and, really, Kissing Suzy Kolber is a great name. Then, on Tuesday, it went legit -- or Philadelphia Daily News, anyway, where gossip writer Dan Gross spent a few minutes trying to verify whether that is indeed Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens on the set of an independent art-house film titled Spring Break Ass -- and if so, what's he, like, doing there? Me, I'm gonna insist it's Photoshopped and/or pointless, and I'm only mentioning this because I rather liked my headline and didn't want to waste it. In other not-at-all-related news, Pacman Jones is a hero. So his attorney says, at least. --Robert Wilonsky

Update: Wuh-oh: T.O.'s lawyers have sent a letter, claiming it was all an accident. "It was urknown to him at the time the photo was taken that the person or parties taking this photograph would be publishing it on your website in order to hold him up to disrepute and smear his reputation by linking it to Porn." Why the capital "P," though?

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