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Heather Morris

September 3, 2011 by Post Team 

Heather MorrisHeather Morris, The cast of “Glee” has had its fair share of controversial photo shoots, but now Heather Morris has joined the ranks of a photo shoot some believe that glorifies violence against women.

Morris, who plays a dim-witted cheerleader Britain in the FOX sitcom musical, was photographed flying from a street sign, dance, tied with the cord of an iron and wearing a black eye brutal.

“No way we are promoting domestic violence,” said Shields, E! News. “We wanted to make a bruised Barbie session and that is exactly what we did!”

The tracks, which are available on the website of Shields, opened a debate with fans of the photographer who argued over whether the film was offensive or art has a free and creative license.

“I do not know Tyler is aware, but I’m pretty sure there are plenty of women who have been abused by this type of household appliances and children and being beaten with electric cables,” says Rita Smith, executive director of the Denver-based National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, said E! Online. “I’m not sure what the purpose other than shock value.”

Shields also made headlines recently when he made a photo session with Lindsay Lohan covered in blood, with a bra and a gun to her head.

The 24-year-old began her career in the series when he was hired to show the cast how to dance for “Single Ladies”, after she performed as a backup dancer for BeyoncĂ© on “Saturday Night Live” and American Music Awards. She also competed in the second season of “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Morris made an immediate impression of writers of the show between takes and her small role became a regular part. Morris has not responded to the controversy. “Glee” returns to FOX on Tuesday, September 20.

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