Porn Site Owner Puts Cash Reward On Hacker Of Nude Photos, Says The Pictures Cannot Be Sold To Any Website

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By nidhi tewari | September 4, 2014 7:16 PM EST

A porn site is offering a cash reward of "generous amount" to anyone who gives legitimate information about the hacker behind the recent nude photo leak scandal of Hollywood actresses such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Mary E. Winstead and more. The website also plans to pass the information to the FBI and help them in nabbing him.

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Cast member Jennifer Lawrence poses during a photocall for the film "The Hunger Games : Mockingjay - Part 1" at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 17, 2014.

Many readers are likely to be confused as to why a porn site, whose main aim is to provide adult content, be interested in getting the hacker punished? Mike Kulich, the managing partner of porn website SkweezMe.com, is of the opinion that the nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Ariana Grande and others were leaked, without their consent. The pictures were taken in their private space and the stars had no intention to let anyone see them. Hence, it is illegal for any website to publish or promote them.

"Although SkweezMe.com is a site that offers Adult Entertainment, we offer content that involves women that sign on to be seen naked by the world. Consent is the most important value of the adult business.....Jennifer Lawrence's pictures were meant to be private and whoever hacked her computer or phone had no right to ever see those pictures, let alone leak them to the world," Kulich said to Vice.com in an exclusive interview.

He is also asking anyone with information related to the phone-hack to contact him via his website's contact page and he will then forward the information to the legal authorities. When asked what kind of price would the hacker get if he plans to sell the nude photographs to any of the porn sites, Kulich said that the pictures are worth nothing as most of them have already been seen by the world. Also, all the pornsites would need permission from these celebrities to publish their nude pictures, which would be difficult to obtain.

Kulich also believes that the hacker, or "4Chan troll" as he calls him, is under wrong impression that he will make money from his act of nude photo leaks. All his efforts will go futile.

"I think this 4Chan troll is flexing his muscles and trying to make a name for himself. There is not one media outlet that will offer him any money for any of the celebrity nudes that he may have hacked, nor will the porn industry," Kulich told Vice.

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Cast member Jennifer Lawrence poses during a photocall for the film "The Hunger Games : Mockingjay - Part 1" at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 17, 2014.
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