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The man who tried to blackmail Cameron Diaz with topless photos he took of her when she was an aspiring model in 1992, has been found guilty of forgery, attempted grand theft and perjury. Photog John Rutter had approached Diaz shortly before the 2003 release of Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and invited her to buy the titillating pics for $3.5 million, lest he sell them to other interested parties. Rutter now faces up to six years in prison, where he might learn a new meaning to the term "depth of field."

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The man who tried to blackmail Cameron Diaz with topless photos he took of her when she was an aspiring model in 1992, has been found guilty of forgery, attempted grand theft and perjury. Photog John Rutter had approached Diaz shortly before the 2003 release of Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and invited her to buy the titillating pics for $3.5 million, lest he sell them to other interested parties. Rutter now faces up to six years in prison, where he might learn a new meaning to the term "depth of field."