And so it goes on.
Nickelodeon star, Victoria Justice, appears to have confirmed that some genuine intimate photos of her have been leaked in the biggest celebrity hacking scandal to date.
The actress had originally claimed that the photos which emerged of her were fake, but it looks as though that isn’t quite the case.
The 21-year-old took to Twitter in a rage, writing: “Shortly after I tweeted about certain pics of me being fake, I was faced with a serious violation of privacy.
“There have always been fake photos of me on the internet, but I will not be put in the position to defend myself as to what is real or what is fake.
“I am angry at this massive invasion of privacy, and like the other women who are in this situation alongside of me, I am taking legal action to protect my rights.”
Victoria Justice is seeking justice, we love when a good name is put to use!
And we hope that they catch the hacker behind this inexcusable breach of privacy sharpish.
However, it looks as though the person behind the scandal knew just how big the legal fallout would be, and already made plans to relocate before the images leaked.
Writing on an AnonIB thread, the alleged hacker said: “Guys, just to let you know I didn’t do this by myself,”
“There are several other people who were in on it and I needed to count on to make this happened. This is the result of several months of long and hard work by all involved.
“We appreciate your donations and applaud your excitement. I will soon be moving to another location from which I will continue to post.”
There have actually been donations made to SUPPORT these people?
Hopefully this individual’s attempt to be a mastermind criminal will fail and the FBI, who are already on the case, will be able to catch them and dish out a suitable punishment for this gross violation of privacy.
Victoria Justice follows the likes of Kirsten Dunst and Jennifer Lawrence, who was the worst hit by the scandal, in confirming that at least some of the photos are real.
Kirsten recently took to Twitter to share her views on Apple’s privacy as the hack was allegedly via weak privacy settings in iCloud.
The actress kept it short and sweet with the sarcastic emoji-ridden message: