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Fake topless pictures of Meghan Markle being sold on eBay by sick hoaxer

FAKE topless pictures of Meghan Markle have been pulled from sale on eBay after pressure from The Sun Online.

The advertisement, found by this publication, was immediately flagged to the online marketplace and pulled from the website.

The photographs, that appeared to show a woman sunbathing, were advertised as being printed on "glossy photo paper" for £17.99.

It is understood the snaps first emerged just weeks after the former actress started to date Prince Harry.

However, sources at the time were adamant the photographs were not of Meghan.

The seller – who has also posted other explicit photographs up for sale – lists themselves as being located in Hampshire, UK and asks for payment to come through Paypal.

The seller refused to comment when asked by The Sun Online why they had decided to list the photos for sale.

An eBay spokesperson confirmed the item had been pulled down, saying: "This type of item is banned from eBay’s UK platform and any related listings will be removed."

Kensington Palace declined to comment.

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