Lawyers for Jennifer Aniston have warned publications that they will face an invasion of privacy lawsuit if they print topless photos of the actress taken recently while she was apparently sunbathing at her Los Angeles home.

In a blistering letter sent to celebrity magazines, attorney John Lavely wrote that the publication of photographs "showing Aniston topless or in the act of taking off or putting on her top" would expose those titles to "substantial monetary damages."

In his December 3 letter, Lavely wrote that the topless photos were taken by paparazzo Peter Brandt, who allegedly used a "powerful telephoto lens" from a perch more than a mile away from Aniston’s home.
Lavely, of the powerhouse L.A. litigation firm Lavely & Singer, noted that Aniston has just filed a lawsuit against Brandt in Los Angeles Superior Court and that the star’s London lawyers had obtained a restraining order barring publication of the topless photos in the U.K.

Hopefully those photos will be available. In the meantime here’s some old one.
Smoking Gun

Update: some photos showed up here, too bad you can’t enlage them. Hopefully something better will come, till that time…