By Caroline Feraday For Dailymail. It's not the first time she's been hacked while in the middle of promoting her latest venture. But Bella Thorne turned the tables on a hacker who was threatening to post topless pictures of her, on Saturday. The year-old took the bold choice to post them herself, as she called out the hacker online for making her cry.
Hacker Pleads Guilty to Stealing Celebrity Nude Photos
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From Cosmopolitan. In , Jennifer Lawrence's Apple iCloud account was hacked by George Garofano, who was sentenced to prison on Wednesday for leaking nude photos of Lawrence, which he obtained from the account. In , Garofano also hacked the accounts of other people and leaked nude photos of model Kate Upton and actress Kirsten Dunst. This hack led Apple and the FBI to conduct an investigation on the "very targeted attack. According to court records , Connecticut Judge Victor A. Bolden sentenced year-old Garofano, who plead guilty in April , to eight months in a federal prison and three years of supervised release parole.
Lawrence hit by nude photos hacker
Jennifer Lawrence has fallen victim to a computer hacker who has leaked intimate photos of celebrities. The hacker broke into the stars' iCloud accounts and published the photos on an image website, in what is thought to be the biggest celebrity hacking scandal ever. Hunger Games star Jennifer was one of the hardest hit, with the hacker claiming to have 60 intimate photos ranging from her wearing a bikini or lingerie to fully nude and sharing some of them in exchange for online currency bitcoins, according to the Daily Mirror.
The hacker who stole nude photographs from dozens of female celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, has pleaded guilty to felony charges. The hacker who infiltrated the iCloud accounts of Jennifer Lawrence , Kate Upton, Gabrielle Union and dozens of other female celebrities — leading a massive leak of nude photographs — has pleaded guilty to charges of felony computer hacking, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Collins officially pleaded guilty to a felony violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and to one count of unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information. The FBI investigation found no evidence that Collins leaked, shared or uploaded the photos or information he accessed. Per the statement, Collins began phishing for account information in November