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LSU women’s basketball star Angel Reese took to social media Monday to call out those allegedly creating AI-generated photos of the college basketball player. 

Reese posted the concerning message on X but did not discuss the nature of the alleged photos. 

“Creating fake AI pictures of me is crazy and weird AF,” she wrote in one post. 

“Like I know im fine & seem to have an appeal to some but im literally 21 and yall doing this bs when I would neverrrrrr,” she said in a second post. 

Reese is not the first high-profile person to be subjected to AI-generated photos. 

Earlier this year, X blocked Taylor Swift searches after sexually explicit AI-generated images of the international pop star were circulating on the social media network. 

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The platform reportedly suspended at least one account associated with the images and later appeared to respond to the criticism with a post from its safety team that notified users that posting “non-consensual nudity (NCN) images is strictly prohibited on X, and we have a zero-tolerance policy towards such content.” 

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre called the issue “alarming” and urged Congress to take “legislative action.” 

The alleged photos of Reese come as LSU seeks a second straight national championship. 

Angel Reese stares on court

The No. 3-seeded Tigers open the tournament against Rice Friday at 4 pm. ET.  

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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