Blac Chyna is the latest victim to the awful, violating act of having your private nude photos leakedthanks to Rob Kardashian. Here, a few celebrities who have had it happen to them, and spoke publicly about it:. Who could forget the gross iCloud leaks ofwhere hackers posted hundreds of private photos stolen from mostly female celebrity accounts.
We saw a lot of good, but we also saw a lot of bad. Let us all rejoice that this new year will sort of wipe the slate clean so we can all move on and hopefully be better people in the foreseeable future. This universal New Year's resolution of bettering ourselves goes for celebrities as well.
Fill out the form below, or call us at Naked celebrity hacks have been on the rise over the years. Ever since the massive celebrity nude leak incelebrities have been on edge, with their most private information at risk of being released to everyone online.
Celebs who are expecting a new bundle of joy love to share their many pics of their ever-growing baby bumps online. Whether they do elaborate photo shoots for magazines or continually update their social media pages, these famous moms-to-be proudly bare their bellies for the whole wide world to see and sometimes admire. Whether these fertile stars are first time moms or have been around the block with a bunch of kids, a new baby is always a blessing, so these lovely ladies want to share their joy and happiness with fans and friends both near and far.
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Everyone has to get naked, every day. Some cringe, some get excited, some are indifferent and some like it a little too much. Being naked is as natural as breathing.
Last year was hardly short of celebrity scandals. There were many celebrities who made headlines for being at the center of messy situations that eventually lost them fans. This year, multiple celebrities have been accused of crazy crimes and some have been arrested.
In the age of the internet, celebrity hacks seem almost commonplace. Whether it's a batch of nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson, or it's private emails taken from the inbox of Sarah Palin, we've come to expect frequent swarms of stolen internet goods. But the art of breaking into digital accounts dates back much further than you'd think.