Donald Trump Says Kate Middleton Has "Only Herself to Blame" for Topless Photo Scandal

Businessman tweets his two cents on who is at fault for the pictures being taken

By Bruna Nessif Sep 18, 2012 3:44 AMTags
Kate Middleton, Donald Trump Mark Large - Pool/Getty Images; Isaac Brekken/Getty Images

Of course Donald Trump has something to say about the Kate Middleton controversy.

The Duchess of Cambridge was recently the victim of a topless photo scandal, and unlike the fury raised by the palace toward the U.K. media that chose to publish the snapshots, Trump is electronically finger-wagging at Kate and no one else.

"Kate Middleton is great—but she shouldn't be sunbathing in the nude—only herself to blame," he tweeted earlier today. 

Trump then added, "Who wouldn't take Kate's picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing. Come on Kate!"

Well, clearly Donald wouldn't hesitate on taking the photos, but it's not shocking that the business mogul has dollar signs on the brain. 

Regardless, the royal family sued the French tabloid Closer within hours of the magazine arriving on newsstands and the photos hitting the Internet—Closer pulled the photos from its website late Friday—and have since filed a criminal invasion-of-privacy complaint in France.