FBI Now Investigating Mass Celebrity Naked Photo Leak

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is now investigating the mass leak of nude photos that targeted a host of celebrities, including Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence, over the weekend. Cyber security experts, however, are divided about whether or not “The Feds” will be able to track down the origins of the leak.

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The Bureau tells the Associated Press that it is investigating whether Apple iCloud accounts of a number of female celebrities were hacked, ultimately leading to a scandal in which private celebrity nude photos were posted to online message board 4Chan, before being transported all over the Interwebs. Model Kate Upton, actresses Kirsten Dunst and Mary Elizabeth Winstead and pop star Ariana Grande were all exposed in the far-reaching breach. Nickelodeon actress Victoria Justice has attempted to distance herself from the hacking, claiming the pictures purportedly leaked of her were digitally-altered.

Lena Dunham is clearly not modest when it comes to nudity, but she’s taken a strong stance against the nude photo breach and the still anonymous hacker behind it. The Girls creator branded the crafty phantom a “sex offender” and warned that anyone who views the photos is “violating” the victims.