Also known as the "Original guy" by other users, Bryan Hamade, a software designer from Georgia was identified for stealing and leaking the nude photos of the Jennifer Lawrence. Unhappy for his/her lack of profits, "The Hunger Games" star nude photo hacker is reportedly not making any money from the 101 nude photos of celebrities that leaked recently.
Based on reports, Hamade was tracked down by a gang of internet investigators but denied all claims of leaking explicit images of high profile celebrities. Currently on the run from authorities, the reported hacker obtained the stolen snaps from Apple's iCloud storage service and even claimed to have a short clip of Lawrence's racy video.
"Guys, just to let you know I didn't do this by myself," the alleged hacker wrote. "This is the result of several months of long and hard work by all involved. We appreciate your donations and applaud your excitement."
To keep their utmost privacy, users of the hacking forum buy bitcoins by staying anonymous to the seller. In an effort to earn bitcoins, the private pictures of these hacked celebrities were posted on 4Chan which can be purchased by anyone who are interested.
Also fearing for his privacy, the hacker also revealed that there is someone tracking him and kept receiving weird emails. With the FBI trying to find the real culprit of JLaw's leaked photos, the hacker is feeling the pressure as he posted a message of moving to another location and will continue to post more racy images.
"Problem" singer Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice denied their hacked photos' authenticity while Lawrence's representative confirmed the leaked images are real. Now claiming to have the actress racy video, Jennifer Lawrence's nude photo hacker is currently accepting PayPal payments or Bitcoin for those who wants to check out the two-minute footage.
To prove the video's authenticity, the hacker posted a "screenshot" of the screen that shows various pictures of the actress including videos that features some racy footages. The hacker reportedly accessed Apple's online storage system iCloud and posted a list of all hacked celebrities including Mary-Kate Olsen, Kim Kardashian, Annalyn McCord and super model Candice Swanepoel.