NudeStock? NuderGate? What Do We Call This?
by Mike Stanz
posted Sep 2 2014 5:00AM
The internet was buzzing all weekend with the news that nude photos of some top-shelf lady celebs existed and had been posted on-line.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence and model Kate Upton were two of the victims. According to all reports, their cell phones were hacked and the nude photos lifted from them.
Jennifer’s lawyers call it a “flagrant violation of privacy.” Kate’s lawyers concur, calling it an “outrageous violation of privacy.”
Singer Ariana Grande categorically denied that alleged nude pictures of her were authentic. Actress Victoria Justice says the same thing.
Actress Mary E. Winstead took to Twitter to respond to people who were actually looking at the pictures.
Let’s put it this way – whoever this hacker is, he or she has made an awful lot of enemies.