Nude photos or be it personal are being hacked from celebrities’ private account. Aside from stars Lucy Hale, Emma Watson… Amanda Seyfried had become the recent victim of the unforgivable and indecent act.
According to Mail Online, Amanda Seyfried and her ex-boyfriend’s nude photos were posted and leaked by Celeb Jihad site. The “Mamma Mia” actress then had a letter made by her attorneys that the photos were “wrongfully obtained” and requests the site to take it down immediately.
“Several very private photographs of Ms. Seyfried either in various states of nudity or in intimate moments with her former boyfriend (the “Seyfried Photographs”) have been reproduced and posted,” the letter stated. The photos weren’t still cleared whether it was obtained from Justin Long or Amanda’s device.
In Emma Watson’s case, it was cleared out that the photos obtained from the “Harry Potter” actress weren’t nude photos. Emma and Amanda’s photos were reported to be posted on “dark web,” which are sites only accessible through special soft wares. 4Chan was identified ot be one of that sites to had shared their private photos.
The “Perks of being a Wallflower” actress lawyers’ said that they are not nude photographs just personal photos. The legal team of the 26-year-old was then instructed not to comment any further. Her photos were then said to be taken during the moments she was trying on outfits with a stylist a couple of years ago contrary to the rumored nude photos.
It was also reported that 4Chan had threatened her two years ago after she delivered a gender equality speech. Fortunately, the sexual images of her to be released was then concluded to be a threat hoax. Yet, Rappler reported that it wasn’t still cleared whether the hacker of “Mamma Mia” star is linked to the “Beauty and the Beast” actress.
Moreover, “Pretty Little Liars” actress, Lucy Hale was also said to be a victim of Celeb Jihad case after sending nude photos to her friend. Other celebrities’ who had their private photos hacked were Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna, Kate Upton, and Kirsten Dunst through Apple iCloud’s service. Apple then had already a statement released that “We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report” as AV Club reported.