On 31 August she tweeted that photos of her, obtained by a thus far unidentifiable hacker, were inauthentic but has now spoken out again, stating she is seeking legal action. I am angry at this massive invasion of privacy, and like the other women who are in this situation alongside of me, I am taking legal action to protect my rights. The singer was one of over celebrities who have been embroiled in the large-scale hacking, which was allegedly enabled by an alleged iCloud leak.
Some hacker managed to get a hold of several celebrity Cloud accounts, and hacked into their long-deleted or existing nude photos. He proceeded to leak the photos all over the Internet, and while some celebrities have refused to comment on the leak, others have taken to Twitter to air their grievances with the situation. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.
After the leaked nude photos of female celebrities hit the Internet on Sunday, there have been a wide variety of reactions from the violated celebrities, from other celebrities, and from the fans. For example, Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton are pursuing legal action against the hacker and against anyone posting or redistributing the private images. Other celebrities have spoken up to support — or in some terrible cases, make ill-timed jokes about — victims of the scandal.
American singer Victoria Justice is not happy that someone she blames a hacker has leaked swimsuit photos of her onto the internet. RespectPeoplesPersonalProperty Karma. So I was at least pleased to see Victoria Justice take the magazine that published the snaps of her in her swimsuit to task via Twitter, and was pleased to hear that the magazine subsequently removed the pics from their site.
The hacked nude celebrity photo scandal continues. Jennifer Lawrence may not legally own some of her naked pictures in question, TMZ reports. As Lawrence's attorney has fought to get the incredibly private pictures taken offline, one porn site is allegedly refusing to take them down -- claiming that the Academy Award-winning actress does not own the copyright to some of the photos, since they are not all selfies.
Victoria Justice initially claimed hacked nude photos were not her. Now she says the photos are real and she plans legal action. Photo: Getty.
A DISNEY and Nickelodeon star has vowed to take legal action after naked pictures of her hit the internet — despite claiming that the photos were fake. Victoria Justice, who starred in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody as well as Nickelodeon's Victorious and Zoeytweeted about her anger regarding the "massive invasion of privacy" after a hacker claimed to have obtained topless pictures of her. The year-old tweeted: "Shortly after I tweeted about certain pics of me being fake, I was faced with a serious violation of privacy.
The latest nude celebrity photo scandal is far from over. The incident is now under investigation by the FBI after naked photos of Jennifer LawrenceKate Upton and other major stars made their way online from a widespread cell phone hack. Spokespeople for Lawrence and Upton have confirmed the validity of the photos, and quickly condemned the leak.
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The recent massive hacking of celebrity nude photos that were posted on 4Chan reportedly had stars and fans alike posting their comments and reactions on Twitter. Among them is Victoria Justice who took to the social site to slam her leaked naked photos as fake. However, her latest tweet reportedly hints confirmation that the anonymous iCloud hacker did indeed reveal some percent Victoria Justice nude photos. When the first few sets of photos were leaked online, Justice was reportedly quick to defend hers were not real.