Kaley Cuoco has dissed the hacker who allegedly has her nude photos with him and is planning to release them soon. A number of celebrities have responded to the recent nude pictures scandal in a fiery way. One of the victims, Jennifer Lawrence released a statement via her lawyer while others have expressed their anger on Twitter, but the television actress Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has taken a different approach.
The 28-year-old took to Instagram to mock her own nude pictures by posting a pixilated snap of her with her husband Ryan Sweeting. "What a fun day that was, frolicking with my hubs on the beaches of Mexico! Feels like we forgot something?" Kaley captioned the picture, which can be seen here. The picture shows "The Big Bang Theory" actress wearing a bikini on a beach with her husband, but she has pixilated her breasts and her husband's private parts.
The picture posted gives an impression that both Ryan and Kaley are nude in the shot though they actually are wearing clothes. Kaley makes fun of the hacker and the nude picture scandal. Many websites are of the opinion that Kaley has chosen to take things lightly and diss the hacker by her act. The gorgeous actress has in fact been praised for her fearless act.
"Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting has opted to address the situation in her signature lighthearted way...she responded to the hacking scandal in a humorous fashion, posting a "nude" pic of herself and hubby Ryan Sweeting to poke fun at the shocking photo frenzy," writes E! Online.
"...it look like they were both nude, totally making light of the leak and dissing the hacker in the process. It's great of Kaley to let what happened to her slide off her back," writes Hollywood Life.
Cuoco was one of several celebrities who found themselves victims of the latest nude photo hacking scandal over the weekend. Other famous Hollywood celebrities involved in the scandal include "The Hunger Games" actress Jennifer Lawrence, model Kate Upton, singer Ariana Grande, among others. The alleged nude leak scandal has been blamed on the security loophole in Apple's iCloud service and is reportedly being investigated by the FBI.