Dylan Sprouse is the latest Disney star to find nude photos of himself leaked to the Internet. And now, the former "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody" star and current NYU student is taking the naked photo controversy in stride.
"Whoops, guess I'm not 14 and fat anymore," he tweeted in response to a set of pictures of him taken in a bathroom. One selfie features the former kid star flexing and showing off his abs, while the other selfie is a full frontal nude shot of the student. He added, "I messed up... but I'd be a fool not to own up to it. Got to move past it I suppose."
In fact, Sprouse used some humor to address the photo leak, adding "n00d pic dealer" to his Twitter profile and telling his nearly 800,000 Twitter followers, "At least you can't see my third testicle."
Whoops, guess I'm not 14 and fat anymore— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) December 16, 2013
I messed up... but I'd be a fool not to own up to it. Got to move past it I suppose— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) December 16, 2013
As soon as the photos began to go viral, Sprouse's twin brother, Cole, responded to the NSFW pics. "@dylansprouse Cold in that bathroom huh?" his twin joked.
While it's unclear where the photos originated from or how they ended up online, fans have applauded Cole's sense of humor in the wake of the photo leak. @mikaylalama wrote, "Dylan Sprouse should've been like 'lol that was Cole'."
@nahidghaibi added, "Dylan sprouse's reaction to his nudes being leaked haha what a guyyy."
Dylan Sprouse is handling his nudes being leaked better than most would. You get 'em, tiger.— shelby (@jackbaratouchme) December 16, 2013
I love that dylan sprouse actually doesnt care and hes not making a big deal about it or getting mad— lara?¿ (@ecstatichxrry) December 16, 2013
The photo leak comes just weeks after Sprouse criticized fellow former Disney star, Joe Jonas, for his revealing tell-all in New York Magazine. "You do not have to become something else to be successful," he shared, addressing Joe's confession that he and his brothers made certain creative decisions at the network's request. "Not only is it not too late for them to redefine themselves now, it was never too late."