Megan Fox has threatened to take legal action against a US website who published so-called naked pictures of the 'Transformers' star.
Celeb Jihad posted snaps allegedly of new mum Megan posing completely naked, claiming she was showing off her body less than a month after giving birth to son Noah Shannon.
However, her lawyers have jumped into action and sent the website a cease and desist letter ordering them to remove the snap from the internet, stating it is "100% fake".
While they have threatened to sue if it is not taken down, the website are standing their ground and refusing to compromise.
A spokesperson for Celeb Jihad told TMZ: "While we appreciate Megan Fox's concern for her image, we find it hard to believe that a woman who spent two 'Transformers' movies bent over with her breasts pressed together could have her reputation damaged by a blatantly satirical website."
Megan and her husband Brian Austin Green only announced the arrival of their son last week, three weeks after he was born.
Writing on her official Facebook page, she said: "We have been very lucky to have had a peaceful few weeks at home.
"He is healthy, happy, and perfect. We are humbled to have the opportunity to call ourselves the parents of this beautiful soul and I am forever grateful to God for allowing me to know this kind of boundless, immaculate love.
"Thanks to those of you who wish to send your positive energy and well wishes. May God bless you and your families abundantly."