11:01 AM EDT 4/14/2017
Several nude photos of famous celebrities are in circulation in social media. The latest among these photographs are of Miley Cyrus, Rosario Dawson, and Suki Waterhouse. The string of hacked deployment of half and full naked images are stolen and is in an operating scam that entices surfers to download in exchange for their usernames and passwords.
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The Website Celeb Jihad has a history of posting naked celebrity women. It is teasing surfers that some more famous females like "Game of Thrones" actress Sophie Turner playing Sansa Stark and AMC TV Drama series "Mad Men" actress Alison Brie are coming. Miley, Rosario, and Suki are totally naked in their poses.
The invasion of privacy of high profile female celebrities is known as "Celebgate 2.0". Dozens of Miley's nude pictures are available on-line through the website. "Ted 2" actress Amanda Seyfried also is on the list but her nude photos are forcibly taken down from the site after threatening its operators of severe lawsuits, reports Malaya Mail Online.
Last month, Emma Watson is in the long list of celebrities who fell victims to this illegal dumping of nude photographs. Watson has taken the case to court sighting that her private photo collections were stolen. Similar to the first "Celebgate" incident when images of Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst and "The Layover" actress Kate Upton also falls in the hacking events.
The website Celeb Jihad removed Amanda Seyfried pictures but continues to expose Emma Watson's compromising images. Back in 2014, FBI made arrests on Edward Majerczyk and Ryan Collins, both Americans for hacking and posting stolen nudity on the Internet, reports Newshub.
"Daredevil" Actress Rosario Dawson also has her share of the infamous celebrity nude photo dumping on the Internet. Dawson's nude photos are the latest to join the fray of stolen pictures and hacks. Perez Hilton reports 56 famous celebrities are in the roster of internet nude displays.
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