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‘Suite Life of Zach & Cody’ star Dylan Sprouse caught texting with no pants

Updated: 2013-12-17T13:20:01Z


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Oops. Disney star Dylan Sprouse of “Suite Life of Zach & Cody” is the newest member of the wish-I-hadn’t-texted-that-nude-picture-of-myself club.

His ex reportedly leaked two naked photos of him online over the weekend.

They’ve since been taken down, but not before they almost instantaneously went viral. (All those Disney fans with nothing better to do.)

Dylan joins Miley Cyrus and Vanessa Hudgens in the prestigious group of Disney stars who’ve seen nude photos of themselves leaked online.

Kids. When will they learn?

We gotta admire the former Disney star, now 21, for coming clean, though, and even joking about, the full-frontal scandal on Twitter.

“Whoops, guess I'm not 14 and fat anymore,” Dylan tweeted Sunday.

“Move past it in a sexy way tho,” he tweeted, posting a more G-rated picture of himself as a baby.

The New York Daily News reports that one of the alleged photos was a selfie showing Dylan flexing his pecs in a pair of partially sheer boxer shorts. The other showed him fully naked with just his hands covering his private parts.

“I messed up ... but I'd be a fool not to own up to it. Got to move past it I suppose,” he tweeted on Sunday.

His twin brother, Cole, who starred on the Disney Channel show with him from 2005 to 2008, had fun at his expense, tweeting: “Cold in that bathroom huh?”

Dylan was still trying to laugh about the situation on Monday, tweeting: "At least you can't see my third testicle."

Later, noting that Christmas is trending higher than his foibles on Twitter, he tweeted: "Glad holiday spirit is still more important than my penis."

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