This weekend’s massive celebrity nude photos leak — known as “The Fappening” — has took a turn for the worst when hacked photos of a then-underage McKayla Maroney surfaced online. A rep for the Olympian has since confirmed that the nudes were taken before Maroney turned 18, constituting the NSFW pictures as child pornography. Fox News has the full story.
The tech company is denying that their iCloud security was breached when hackers allegedly stole private photos from over 100 celebrities’ accounts and posted them online. Us Weekly has Apple’s explanation on how the nudes may have gotten into the wrong hands.
So, what is being done about the hundreds of NSFW photos stolen from Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and countless more female star’s smartphones and hard drives? Starpulse has the scoop.
With the Oscar winner’s recent leaked nudes dominating headlines, many terrible people are pointing the finger at Lawrence herself as being the sole bearer of blame for the scandal. Find out why anyone but JLaw should to be held responsible for this invasion of privacy on Huffington Post.
The “Problem” singer is denying the authenticity of her hacked nudes by — cringe — body-shaming the mystery woman in the photo, telling her fans that “my lil ass is cuter than that.” Oof. Get the details on the situation on The Frisky.
The British comedian has come under fire after tweeting out, “Celebrities, make it harder for hackers to get nude pics of you from your computer by not putting nude pics of yourself on your computer,” amid the nudes hacking that is reportedly affecting over 100 actress. Find out how Gervais plans get himself out of this foot-in-mouth moment on Gossip Cop.