Robin Thicke Fan Lana Scolaro Speaks out about Scandalous Post-VMAs Photo

The young Thicke’s fan who was captured on a scandalous photo with the singer has opened up about their interaction at the VMAs after-party.

Lana Scolaro uploaded to her Instagram page a picture of herself with the popular singer after the MTV VMAs on Monday. Robin’s hand can be seen in compromising place. Photo: Lana Scolaro/Instagram

When Lana Scolaro posed for a pic with Robin Thicke at a VMA after-party a week ago she realized that his hand can be seen on her rear in the reflection of the mirror but the blonde had no idea the image would go viral.

“I knew his hand was on my butt. I posted it on Instagram and didn’t notice the reflection. But someone noticed it and commented. I was just like, ‘Oh, I’ll Instagram this photo with Robin Thicke, like everybody else,'” she told reporters.

“I didn’t think it would cause this much drama. I didn’t know it would be all over everything like this,” the girl added.

However, the drama blew up after one of Twitter users sent the provocating image to Robin’s wife, Paula Patton, 37, with the message: ‘Look at the reflection girl.’

Lana claims that she is a ‘socialite’ and reveals this isn’t the first time she’s met the R&B star. “We have mutual friends in common. I actually met him a week before the after party,” she said.

Describing the photo, she added: “I was actually going over to the DJ booth and he followed me. His security guard took the photo and said, ‘you guys make a cute couple’.”

Meanwhile, the Blurred Lines singer prefers to keep mum on this mini scandal, happily heading off on a family beach vacation.

But perhaps Thicke isn’t losing any sleepless nights over the picture, as his wife Paula who also attended the ceremony, was reportedly busy herself grabbing the microphone from rapper Two Chains to get the party started.

Robin began dating his wife 20 years ago, when he was just 16, and went on to marry her in 2005. The couple have a three-year-old son, reports The Daily Mail.

The picture with Scolaro surfaced after the highly criticized performance a the VMAS, which saw Miley Cyrus grind inappropriately up against Robin.

His mother, Gloria, publicly denounced the former Disney angel, saying: “I don’t understand what Miley Cyrus is trying to do. I just don’t understand. I think she’s misbegotten in this attempt of hers. And I think it was not beneficial.”

The former Disney star took to the stage of MTV Video Music Awards with her outrageous performance and too controversial outfit.

Scantily dressed in a furry teddy bear leotard that showed off her long legs and toned arms, Miley Cyrus emerged on the stage from a large bear and sang her hit “We Can’t Stop” as a chorus line of bears danced in the background.

After she was joined by Robin Thicke sang “Blurred Lines” together , Miley embraced her  scandalous side and stripped off her bear-emblazoned leotard and wore nude PVC hot pants and boob tube which was more revealing than anyone could have ever expected, to be quite honest.

Thicke, meanwhile, clad in a black-and-white-striped suit, tried to carry on with the performance as Cyrus twerked around him and used a foam finger to gesture lewdly around the stage.

“Miley better go get a pregnancy test after doing all that grinding,” joked comedian Kevin Hart after their performance.

The singer’s racy track includes references to molly and cocaine, but MTV bleeped the “molly” reference during the performance.

Thicke then made his debut VMA performance one to remember as he brought out rappers 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar for the remixed version of his new single “Give It 2 U.”

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