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Ryan Sheckler seeks to remove vaporizer twitter picture

HollywoodNews.com: Some of the top extreme sports names today are sponsored by Red Bull, but it seems that some of them aren’t too cautious when it comes to doing everything they can to keep up the good image for the brand.

Skateboarder Ryan Sheckler recently posted a picture on his Twitter account of himself showing off his new Red Bull hat, but failed to realize that a vaporizer used to presumably inhale marijuana is clearly seen in the background. Sheckler quickly realized his mistake and removed the picture from Twitter, but after the website TheDirty.com still posted the picture on their website, Sheckler’s lawyer sent them a cease and desist letter demanding that they remove the picture that could potentially cause him problems with his sponsor, reports TMZ.

However, it seems as if the website is ready to take on Sheckler in this battle, because the picture still remains up on the site.

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