Cindy Crawford Extorted Over \'Bondage\' Photo of Daughter

A German man is accused of trying to extort money from supermodel Cindy Crawford and her husband over a photo of their young daughter "in revealing clothing, bound to a chair and gagged."
26-year-old Edis Kayalar was recently deported to Germany and is believed to be in Stuttgart, according to authorities.
He has not been arrested.
Officials say even after Kayalar was deported he continued to demand money, asking for $100,000.
The photo was taken by the couple's former nanny and reportedly shows the girl, who was 7 years old at the time, bound to a chair wearing shorts and a T-shirt, according to court papers filed by the FBI.
The daughter told her parents that the nanny took the picture as part of a "cops and robbers" game, according to an affidavit filed in the case.
Neither Crawford nor her husband, Rande Gerber, knew about the photo and did not consent to any photo being taken of their daughter.
The nanny, whose name has not been released, has not been charged
Kayalar allegedly took the photo from the nanny and repeatedly sought to get money from Crawford and Gerber, court documents said.
Kayalar threatened to sell or release the photo to the media if his demands weren't met, the affidavit said.
Crawford's spokeswoman Annett Wolf issued a statement saying, "Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford intend to pursue any and all available legal action against anyone who aids the perpetrator in the distribution or sale of the photograph of their daughter."
Crawford and Gerber married in 1998. They have two children.
Kayalar has been charged with one count of extortion. If convicted, he could face up to two years in prison.
source: ktla.com