Well, that’s one way to deal with it.
Making light of the whole situation, the Big Bang Theory actress posted a pixelated photo of herself and husband, Ryan Sweeting, on a beach, with the caption: “What a fun day that was, frolicking with my hubs on the beaches of Mexico! Feels like we forgot something?”
Since the leak on Sunday night many have claimed that the photos which have emerged of Kaley are fake but her name is most definitely on the hacker’s 101-long-list of victims and there is a threat that they will release the unseen images and videos any day now.
One person whose name did not make the list, and is no doubt breathing a massive sigh of relief, is Cameron Diaz who has also spoken out on the scandal.
Ironically, she is currently promoting her new movie Sex Tape, which sees a couple’s sex tape be sent to all of their friends and family via iCloud.
Hmm, it all sounds rather familiar – if people’s actual feelings hadn’t been hurt and their privacy exploited then we might start to wonder if this was all just a very elaborate marketing ploy.
Speaking on ITV’s This Morning Cameron said of the leak: “Whoever has done it, they will be caught and made examples of. This can happen to anyone.
“If these guys can do it to this group of people then everyone’s vulnerable to it. I think people really need to look at how would they feel if it happened to them?”
Her co-star, Jason Segel, added: “What happened in real life is a terrible crime and it’s very easy when you use the word “celebrity” to take away the human aspect but there is an actual person with a life, you know.”
We couldn’t agree more.
Affected celebrities have revealed that they are seeking legal action over the violation and the FBI are already involved and hunting for the culprit.
Jennifer Lawrence was the worst affected with multiple indecent images of her emerging online, a representative for the star sought immediate legal action but J-Law herself has remained quiet.
Nickelodeon actress, Victoria Justice, has also said that she is seeking legal action to protect her rights.
Meanwhile Kirsten Dunst made her feelings towards Apple perfectly clear with a sarcastic and emoji-ridden tweet, which basically translates to: “Thank you iCloud, piece of poop.”
The scandal was originally thought to be the result of a gap in iCloud’s privacy settings, enabling the hacker to gain access to celebrity accounts.
However, a spokesperson for Apple has since refuted these claims, saying that this was a “very targeted attack” and not a result of breaches in their security.
The stars will no doubt be even more rocked when they discover that an L.A. ‘artist’ is planning to use blown-up, lifesize prints of the nude photos in an exhibition.
Apparently part of their ‘Fear Google’ campaign, the display is a result of the artist’s seven-year collection of celebrities in their most vulnerable and private moments.
Doesn’t really sound ethically correct, does it?
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