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See Pictures Of Stephanie Seymour And Son's Inappropriate PDA—Ewww!

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Stephanie Seymour and son pictures: Totally inappropriate PDA?

Stephanie Seymour pictures have been whipping people into a frenzy for years, but this is different. It’s not Stephanie Seymour’s bikini or half-naked body that’s causing the uproar. Photos of Stephanie Seymour and son show them kissing and hugging in ways that seem more appropriate for husband and wife than mother and son. Read on to see the Stephanie Seymour pictures and what her 18-year-old son, Peter Brant, says about the controversy.

Here’s the Stephanie Seymour and son photo. Is the full-lip kiss and what looks like the son copping a feel on mom’s bikini appropriate? Is it OK to touch your mom in that way?

Brant says yes. In a statement released to the media yesterday, he said, “I would just like to say that these pictures have been taken completely out of context, my mother and I are very close as she is with all her children. She often hugs and kisses me and my siblings in an manner that is intimate, any mother in the world does the same. That day on the beach we walked around with each other completely aware of the presence of photographers there. We have nothing to hide and with that in mind I would like to say that I am openly gay. At my age my mother and I are almost like friends and I feel open to talk to her about anything (and yes our relationship may be different because of my sexuality).”

What do you think? Me, I was kinda grossed out.

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