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We were still recovering from the nude photos leak scandal of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Ariana Grande that spread the web like fire on Aug 31, when more celebrities became victim of what appears to be the second massive hacking-related leak in less than a month. Dozens of private pictures of celebrities were stolen from iClouds.
Kim Kardashian who recently posed naked for British GQ magazine is the new victim in a string of celeb hacking incidents. Some nude pics of Kim Kardashian taking selfies naked in bathroom have leaked on the web. That is not all. New naked pics of Jennifer Lawrence have leaked again. This is the second time in one month when Oscar winning actress Jennifer Lawrence's private pics have been hacked and leaked.
Kim the Queen of Selfies is posing bare and the leaked pics seems to have been clicked before she tied the knot with Kanye West. Kim in the pics is not wearing her glittering wedding ring. This is not the first time that Kim Kardashian's photos have been leaked. In 2007 her sex tape with then boyfriend, Ray J leaked online. In 2013, her personal information was also leaked.
Nude photos were also released by a hacker of what appears to be Vanessa Hudgens and Hope Solo, reports TMZ. Hudgens made news in a nude photo scandal way back in 2007 after starring in "High School Musical 2."
BuzzFeed reported that personal videos and photos belonging to actresses Aubrey Plaza, Mary-Kate Olsen, Hayden Panettiere and Leelee Sobieski were posted, in addition to previously unseen pictures of Jennifer Lawrence.
Hackers first released a trove of nude starlets' photos on September 1, after snatching them from Apple's iCloud in what the tech giant has called a "targeted attack."
The pics were uploaded to 4chan and Reddit and because the both companies have taken a harsh stance on hacked photos, they were quickly removed from both sites.