Demi Lovato Racy Video & Photos: Singer Fears More Nude Pictures Will Get Leaked Online?

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By Sonalee singh | April 10, 2014 3:51 PM EST

Demi Lovato is worried that after her nude picture scandal, more nude photos and videos of her would emerge. The "Neon Lights" singer is trying to keep her calm after the scandal. Her nude selfies, while making out with her boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, leaked online on April 4. The photos showed Demi in compromising positions and few of them even gave a peak of her assets.

Though the 21-year-old singer has not confirmed that the leaked pictures belong to her, she did tweet on her official Instagram account that she is staying strong amidst the fiasco.

Apparently, Demi is so perturbed by her photo leak that she is foreseeing further emergence of her racy photos and videos.

"Demi has definitely come to the realization that more pics and even video might be released in the future," a source close to the singer told HollywoodLife.com, adding, "She thinks that it will be released around a time that she has something to sell like a song, book or something that goes with her career."

Fans are feeling terrible that Demi has to go through all this. But reportedly the singer is coping well with the situation. She is using some of the tricks she learnt at the rehab to come out of the trauma.

"It is a very frustrating situation and she is figuring out the best process to deal with it. It is not consuming her day though. Thankfully, she is using some of the things she learned in rehab as a guide for how to handle things so far," the source further revealed to the Web site.

This is not the first time that Demi has become victim to nude photo scandal. Last year a batch of photos showed her making out with a woman. The person who had leaked the photo had also claimed that Lovato is a bisexual.

Let us know your thoughts on Lovato's fears of more racy videos and photos leaking online. Do you think they are justified?

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