Thursday, 24 August 2017

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Nude photos of Dakota Johnson have leaked online, making the Fifty Shades Of Grey star the latest female celebrity to have been hacked and had her privacy violated in the past few days. We reached out to Johnson’s rep to see whether she also plans on taking legal action over the dissemination of her naked pictures, like several other stars.
As  previously reported, Kristen Stewart had nude photos of her leaked online on Monday, and her attorney then threatened a number of websites that published the naked images with lawsuits. Her lawyer maintains the shots are his client’s personal pictures and therefore anyone posting them is in violation of copyright laws. Additionally, nude photos of Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn, and Katharine McPhee were hacked and leaked online, and they, too, are taking legal action. Woods’s attorney called the hack a “despicable invasion of privacy”. “We will aggressively pursue any websites who seek to capitalize on or encourage this outrageous conduct.”
The new pictures in question seem to show Johnson naked and alone, as well as topless with several friends by a pool, and in a shower with actress Addison Timlin. It’s unclear if the hacker broke into Johnson or Timlin’s phone. And while moviegoers have seen Johnson fully unclothed before in Fifty Shades of Grey, the leak of these personal pictures are clearly an invasion of her privacy.
As we noted before, this past week’s hacking, which also included Juno Temple and Nicole Scherzinger, was the first in several months. Earlier this year, Amanda Seyfried, Lucy Hale, Sarah Hyland, Kate Hudson, Rosario Dawson, Alison Brie, Rose McGowan and Suki Waterhouse were victimized by hackers who exposed their explicit pictures. It was nearly two years ago that the so-called Fappening took place in September 2014, during which a slew of stars, including Jennifer Lawrence, Kaley Cuoco, and Kate Upton, had their nudes leaked online.
Of course, we will not publish any of the photos, nor will we mention the names of the sites that have posted the illegally obtained pictures. We hope other outlets will also not direct visitors to these stolen images.


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