Nude Celebrity Hacking Scandal

Jennifer Lawrence Fearless, Braless in LBD at Serena Debut (photos!) 2

Jennifer Lawrence Fearless, Braless in LBD at Serena Debut (photos!)

Jennifer Lawrence had no qualms about wearing a revealing little black dress with a plunging neckline at the premiere of her movie “Serena” last night at the 58th BFI London Film Festival, suggesting she is determined to shake off the release of her private photos. Lawrence has become the poster girl for the nude celebrity hacking scandal. More than 100 actresses and other well-known celebrities were victim’s of Internet hackers who broke into their iPhone iCloud accounts....
Celebrities Lash Out at Google Over Nude Hacking Scandal Photos 4

Celebrities Lash Out at Google Over Nude Hacking Scandal Photos

More than a dozen Hollywood actresses and other celebrities have hired mad-dog celebrity lawyer Marty Singer and are threatening to sue Google for making available on its service hundreds of nude photos stolen by hackers. The giant search engine was put on notice of a potential lawsuit in a letter that charges Google with “despicable and reprehensible” conduct. The celebrities are not named, but such celebs as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Kate Bosworth, Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, Vanessa Hudgens and Scarlett Johansson have seen their nude photos go viral....
Jimmy Kimmel Finds a New Way to Stop Nude Celeb Hacking (watch!) 6

Jimmy Kimmel Finds a New Way to Stop Nude Celeb Hacking (watch!)

Jimmy Kimmel premiered a new service on his show last night (Sept. 23) that will help celebrities keep their nude photos private. Once again American capitalism rises to the occasion in a most unusual way. The scandal has Hollywood up in arms, but the release of hundreds of racy photos has provided a mother lode biting humor on late night television....
Celeb Hacking Scandal: Who's Who, What the Photos Show, Part 2 8

Celeb Hacking Scandal: Who’s Who, What the Photos Show, Part 2

Amber Heard, Gabrielle Union, Hope Solo and a slew of other celebrities saw their private, mostly nude photos leaked onto the Internet over the weekend. At last count, the photos of 42 celebrities have been confirmed as real, with more leaks reportedly on the way. The hackers claim to have lifted private photos from the iCloud accounts of more than 100 celebrities. Among those hacked so far are Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Kim Kardashian, Kirsten Dunst, Victoria Justice, Scarlett Johannson, Rihanna, Lake Bell and Kaley Cuoco....
Gabrielle Union Calls FBI Over Nude Photos; Claims Racism a Factor 10

Gabrielle Union Calls FBI Over Nude Photos; Claims Racism a Factor

Gabrielle Union, who is best known for her role in the 2012 film “Think Like a Man,” is among the latest batch of celebrities who saw their private, and in many cases nude, photos pop up online over the weekend and she’s dropped a dime on the perps who hacked them. Union, 41, revealed in a statement that she called the FBI to complain about the leak of what she called “private keepsakes” meant for her boyfriend, Miami Heat basketball player Dwayne Wade. Union also cited race and the historic victimization of women as factors in the release of her photos....
Celebrity Hacking Scandal: Who's Who, What the Photos Show 12

Celebrity Hacking Scandal: Who’s Who, What the Photos Show

From Jennifer Lawrence to Kate Upton to a slew of young starlets like Victoria Justice and Vansssa Hudgens, the nude celebrity hacking scandal has cut a wide swath through Hollywood. At this point, you have to ask who hasn’t been hacked? The so far anonymous hackers claim they have broken into the iCloud accounts of more than 100 celebrities, uncovering a trove of racy photos. Here's a who's who of celebrities caught up in the scandal and what their photos show....
Holier Than Thou Clay Aiken Admonishes Nude Hacking Victims 14

Holier Than Thou Clay Aiken Admonishes Nude Hacking Victims

Clay Aiken, who was runner up on “American Idol” and is now running for Congress in North Carolina, admonished the victims of Hollywood’s nude celebrity hacking scandal for taking the photos in the first place. “Anybody who takes inappropriate pictures of themselves deserves exactly what they get,” he said in an interview with The Washington Post. Say What?...