Skip navigation! Story from News. Amanda Seyfried and Emma Watson are two of the latest victims of a private photo hack. And Seyfried has reportedly gotten her lawyer involved. A website called Celeb Jihad published the private photos, which reportedly included nude images of Seyfried, on Wednesday. Seyfried's attorney allegedly sent a letter to the site, asking it to take down the photos. TMZ published what looks to be a copy of the letter her lawyer sent to Celeb Jihad. The letter notes that the leak includes "several very private photographs of Ms. Seyfried either in various states of nudity or in intimate moments with her former boyfriend. The attorney's letter also asks Celeb Jihad to "preserve all electronic and paper evidence" that's related to the leaked photos.
Hackers Leak Nude Photos Of Amanda Seyfried And Emma Watson
While, through a spokeswoman, Emma Watson has disputed the authenticity of any nude images within the leak claiming that any nude photos within the trove that are allegedly of her are a "hoax" , she has confirmed that genuine private photos of her have been posted online without her permission. Likewise, Amanda Seyfried's attorneys have already demanded that at least one website remove the images, some of which, Seyfried has acknowledged, contain explicit material. Any unauthorized release of private photographs - especially of people undressed or engaged in intimate activities - is a serious crime and violation of privacy; I sympathize with the victims - and they are victims - and I sincerely hope that the perpetrators are identified, apprehended, and punished. Society often forgets that celebrities are people who suffer emotional pain no differently than anyone else. It is unclear as of yet how exactly the photos ended up on the Internet, but one thing is clear: they were not adequately protected. If you take nude photos or other images that you want to ensure stay private, you must take responsibility for protecting them. Do not store them in an insecure fashion or surrender control over them to anyone who may not adequately protect them. Understand that unlike financial fraud that can be undone to a great extent by reversing charges or repaying victims, once images leak on the Internet they will never again be private - for consumers, protecting these images is far more important that protecting a credit card number. Consider storing extremely private materials in an encrypted format on a computer that is not connected to the Internet. And keep that machine in a secure, private place.
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Seyfried, 31, sicced her attorneys on website CelebJihad. Her team also requested that the site preserve any evidence from the leak, likely to use in court later. Seyfried is only the latest in a slew of stars who've fallen victim to hackers and leaks just this week. As Nicki Swift previously reported, on Wednesday, March 15, , Emma Watson's lawyers were informed after private photos of the Beauty And The Beast star from a wardrobe fitting leaked online. Former The O.
Love Island's Callum Jones shares picture of his 'twin' and we're shook. Brooklyn Beckham celebrates his 21st birthday with Stormzy and the Spice Girls. Sam Faiers' daughter Rosie steals the show in adorable dancing video at extravagant birthday party. Seriously Apple, sort out your iCloud privacy. Amanda's people are busy removing the pictures from the web, and are threatening legal action against the website celebrityjihad. Amanda is currently expecting her first child, and we hope they wipe the internet of these pictures before suing the balls off whoever did it, and whoever chose to publish them. Sue everyone.