Like Amanda Seyfried getting up close and personal with her boyfriend, Emma Watson relaxing in the bath or the gorgeous model Alyssa Arce who had over 200 photos released! A judge sentenced Christopher Chaney of Florida to 10 years in federal prison in 2012 for stealing nude photos, scripts and personal information from the e-mail accounts of 50 entertainment industry figures, including movie stars Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis and singer Christina Aguilera.
Justice, 20, released a series of tweets Friday, stating that her phone was stolen and someone leaked pictures of her wearing a multicolored bathing suit.
You should cower with shame.
The leak has been popularly dubbed The Fappening and also Celebgate.
The flip side is 10 women that have been marked as being in serious contention of having leaked photos on the horizon.
Notifications will be provided whenever data is restored to a device via iCloud and after logging into iCloud via a web browser, in addition to existing notifications when a user's iCloud password is changed.
Celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst and Mary Elizabeth Winstead have all admitted the pictures are real.
So, stealing these pictures and leaking them on the Web is more than just hacking — it is assault.