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Nude Charlize Theron at Comic-Con? Look-a-Like Adrianne Curry Kicked Out For Sexy Costume (Photos)

Curry with fans.
Curry with fans.
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Updated at the bottom: San Diego police say it's a lie! First posted at 12:54 p.m. Monday.

San Diego Comic-Con, in some respects, has turned into an early Halloween or, as many have called the October fright night, "Dress Like a Hooker Day." Which is totally fine with us. Nerds need eye candy too. More than the rest.

But America's Next Top Model winner and self-proclaimed "mistress of the dorks" Adrianne Curry tweeted over the weekend that her costume, somewhat of an ode to Charlize Theron in Aeon Flux, was too hot even for San Diego in July.

Her black latex outfit was short on rear-end weather protection (again, fine with us). Curry tweeteth:

just got stopped by a ton of cops...my costume is illegal...the butt....sigh
Adrianne Curry.
Adrianne Curry.
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Yes, sigh, Adrianne. No one likes being accused of illegal butt-play (not even Kobe Bryant), especially when wearing, as you put it, an "Imperial Dominatrix" outfit complete with "Sex...Latex.....Gunpowder."

Curry had reason to let it all hang out. She was signing autographs at Comic-Con and selling packages of four photos for $60.

Looks like they let her back in after she wrapped a red top around her illicit behind.

 

Too much Curry.
Too much Curry.
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We made a few calls to "America's finest," the San Diego PD, to see what gives. We have yet to hear back.

A fan tweeted that this was unfair enforcement: A topless, leather-skinned woman was captured on camera inside the Comic-Con convention. And we'd much rather see Curry's partially covered rear any day. (Trust us, or check out this NSFW photo).

Justice is blind.

Curry. Spicy.
Curry. Spicy.
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Update: San Diego police Lt. Andra Brown got back to us Tuesday to say the cops down there aren't in the business of bootie patrol:

The SDPD did not eject anyone from the venue for improper attire. You will have to check with event organizers ... perhaps their security staff did.

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