In the lates celebrity hack leak we get to see some of the hosttest Hollywood celebs completely naked and doing naughty stuff. There is asex tape of Emma Watson shoving a dildo into her pussy and Amanda Seyfried gorgeous tits, sucking her boyfriends cock. Very hot photos and videos. USA Marines nude photo scandal involves all branches of military.
Some celebs rarely post a bikini pic , while others lean the hell into being nude AF. Just wait until you see these celebs who bared it all on Instagram. And we mean topless , bottom-less, and even full-on nude. But you gotta love their confidence. Someone call , because my phone is on FIRE.
The women joined a dubious yet ever growing club — last month nude photos of actresses Amanda Seyfried and Analeigh Tipton, and scantily clad pics of Emma Watson, were posted to the same site. Seyfried, who recently gave birth to her first child, got Celebrity Jihad to take down the photos after threatening legal action, while Analeigh Tipton teamed up with the police to try to track down the person or people who hacked her photos. Emma Watson also pursued legal action, though it should be noted that her leaked pics were not nude and were reportedly from a wardrobe fitting. J on Zacharias, an ex-boyfriend of Barton, allegedly recorded her in intimate moments positions without her knowledge and consent and is shopping a sex tape. Another ex boyfriend, Adam Shaw, is also involved in the matter in that he has copies of the images though he alleges he tried to stop Zacharias from releasing them. A California court shut all of that down and granted Barton a restraining order against both men, prohibiting them from selling the video and anyone from seeking to purchase the footage. For more information on this incident, click here. With technology today and the skills and total lack of conscience on behalf of hackers, celebs need to work harder than ever to protect their privacy.
Google removed "tens of thousands" of nude pictures last week which had been stolen from celebrities. Hollywood entertainment lawyer Marty Singer, who is representing over a dozen celebrities whose iCloud accounts were affected in August, has threatened to sue Google for "violating privacy". A statement said the tech giant had deleted photos "within hours" of requests being made and had "closed hundreds of accounts". It's claimed hackers managed to break into celebrities' iCloud accounts, but Apple has denied any form of security breach, suggesting "brute force" attacks on accounts with "weak" passwords were to blame. The company says accounts were "compromised by a very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions".