Jennifer Lawrence and the rest of the A-list stars who are included in the recent Hollywood hacking scandals have more things to fear aside from their hacked nude photos. The hacker, who is responsible for leaking 101 private photos of celebrities, also have in his possession their private email messages, embarrassing texts and videos.
The mass celebrity hacking hit the Internet like Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" with nude photos of Kate Upton, Ariana Grande, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Lea Michelle. The racy photos spread like wildfire to all corners of the World Wide Web including Reddit, Twitter and Imgur, which was deleted by administrators.
But the worst is not yet over. New evidence are posted on the latest InStyle magazine with the cover title "Inside Hollywood's Hacking Scandal, Their Darkest Secrets Stolen! Stars Panic As Photos, Texts & Emails Reveal."
"Industry insiders tell In Touch that the damage caused by hacking their Apple "clouds" may be worse that anyone realizes - because highly sensitive information in texts, emails and documents was also accessible," InTouch Weekly reports.
The Sept. 16 issue of the magazine features the three stars, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez, who were among the A-list stars victimized by the anonymous 4Chan hacker. The scoop inside the magazine features how J-LAW is "humiliated over naked pics," what Kim is hiding from Kanye and Selena's reason for going to rehab.
"Anything you put on your phone or that's gone through your phone will be in the cloud," tech industry analyst Frank Catalano exclusively told the magazine.
Gymnast McKayla Maroney is one of the many celebrities whose photos are now circulating the web, and now her lawyers are taking legal action for the violation of her privacy. It seems that the leaked photos of the gold medallist was taken before she turned 18 last December, which means that it could qualify as child pornography.
Maroney's lawyer issued a cease and desist to websites who posted the intimate photos, and according to TMZ, Porn.com already removed the pictures. Reddit moderators also deleted the controversial images to avoid legal ramifications.