ST KILDA Football Club was under extraordinary attack in cyberspace last night, with naked photographs of several of its star players going viral on the internet, despite a court order intended to stop their publication.The club was rocked yesterday when a teenage girl posted the explicit photographs of captain Nick Riewoldt and Nick Dal Santo on her Facebook account.The 17-year-old was the subject of an AFL investigation this year when she said she fell pregnant to a separate St Kilda player when she was a schoolgirl.Last night, a Federal Court judge ordered that the teenager and Facebook remove the images. Facebook closed the teenager's account shortly after 8pm, but she responded at about 9pm by posting a link on Twitter to the pictures.That link was removed at about 9.20pm, but by then the images had gone viral and were widely available elsewhere on the web.At 9.50pm, she pointed on Twitter to a friend's Facebook account, which featured the Riewoldt photograph and was last night rapidly gaining ''friends''. But it, too, was shut down shortly after 10.30pm.One of the photographs shows Riewoldt posing naked next to teammate Zac Dawson, who is wearing jeans and is holding out what appears to be a condom packet. The other shows Dal Santo in a more explicit pose.''Merry Christmas courtesy of the St Kilda schoolgirl'' is writ- ten across the photographs.The AFL and police interviewed the teenager when she was a student, following the allegations that she had become pregnant to a St Kilda player, and decided not to take action ''as no unlawful activity had occurred''.The teenager, whom The Age has opted not to name, said her baby was stillborn on October 5.She told The Age she was posting the photographs out of revenge. She said she hated St Kilda and the AFL ''because they treated me with disrespect''.''I just want to let them know what it feels like to have your reputation absolutely ruined,'' she said. She has been offering the photographs to media outlets for at least a month, and said last night she would post further pictures until she was satisfied that players knew what it felt like to be degraded.But St Kilda, the AFL and the AFL Players Association all hit out at her actions yesterday.St Kilda CEO Michael Nettlefold told 3AW he believed at least one of the photos had been taken by a teammate on a football trip up to 14 months ago.He said the club was in discussion with police and believed the images were removed from a player's laptop illegally ''some time ago''.The club last night released a copy of the court order, in which the name of the applicant was blacked out. Among his orders, Justice Shane Marshall restrained the teenager and Facebook from publishing ''any other photograph or image sourced from the computer of the applicant''.But the teenager - who said she had not had sex with the players in the photographs - insisted that she had taken the photos herself.The girl said she took the photographs at the home of another St Kilda player at a gathering in April.''They told me to take them and then told me to delete them. I did not delete them,'' she said.She admitted her actions were based on revenge, and said she had photographs of other AFL players. ''There are players from other clubs: West Coast, Sydney, Collingwood, Richmond, Hawthorn and few of Melbourne. They are of a similar nature to the first one that came out,'' she said.''I will not stop until I am satisfied; it's basically just about getting revenge.''The teenager said she received nearly 3000 friend requests on Facebook in the space of an hour yesterday.The extent of the publication became evident when television star and model Ruby Rose last night became embroiled in a fight on Twitter with the teenager. Rose said: ''Wow all anyone keeps showing me at the 360 party is Nick Riewoldts penis. I dont want to see it again!!''She said the teenager had destroyed Riewoldt's family's Christmas and her actions had been ''revolting''. The teenager responded that her life had already been ruined.The players' union said the latest exposure had been a ''gross invasion of privacy''.''They are sick and tired of being seen as fair game by some in the community. Just like any other person, AFL players have a right to have their privacy protected,'' The AFL Players Association said in a statement.''This latest incident adds further weight to calls for stronger legal protection for high-profile people who are subjected to these kinds of seemingly malicious actions.''Riewoldt will have a press conference today to comment on the pictures, according to his manager Ricky Nixon.Nixon said he did not know when Dal Santo would respond publicly, while Dawson's manager Marty Pask declined to comment.Earlier this year, the club confirmed several of its players had been introduced to the teenager after a match in Sydney in March.The teenager confirmed yesterday that she had sex with a police officer, after she made the allegation of sexual misconduct against the two players following the game in Sydney.''He was involved in a different matter and then we just got involved,'' she said.Police have confirmed that the Ethical Standards Department is questioning the senior constable over the matter and he has been stood down with pay following an allegation of misconduct in public office.Justice Marshall's restraining order applies until 4pm Thursday, with the hearing on the matter to resume that morning.A legal expert said last night the order would extend to media outlets and potentially any other private individual who published the images. Channel Seven showed edited versions of the images before the court order.