Jennette McCurdy breaks the silence and wants the world to know the truth behind the racy pictures leaked on the Internet. The Nickelodeon star who is known for "iCarly" spoke about the pictures in two tweets so that her fans and loved ones could find out what happened.
Twitter and other social networking sites were buzzing about Jennette McCurdy's leaked lingerie pics. On March 4, the "Sam & Cat" star decided to speak about via Twitter.
Jennette tweeted the following messages to her fans and made it clear that the private pictures were meant for only "one" person.
To anyone disappointed: I sent those pics to 1 person. You can connect the dots. Shocked someone would stoop so low. I just speak w/ candor.
— Jennette McCurdy (@jennettemccurdy) March 4, 2014
In related news, I'm blasting "Let It Go" on repeat. — Jennette McCurdy (@jennettemccurdy) March 4, 2014
It is not clear as to "who" that person is. NBA Star Andre Drummond who dated Jennette McCurdy for a short time claimed that he wasn't the one who leaked the pictures. "For all the speculations about leaking anything, I have nothing to do with it. I'm focused on basketball. Thank you," tweeted Andre Drummond on March 3. The racy lingerie pictures of Jennette McCurdy include one in which she is showing off her black lace bra while holding the camera over her, in another she is in a pink bandeau, and the other one shows her full body in a bra and underwear in a sensual position. Disney star Dylan Sprouse tweeted after Jennette's pictures were leaked. He wrote, "it happens." On December 22, pics of Dylan completely naked were leaked on the Internet.
Meanwhile, the "Sam & Cat" star is taking music's help to forget the incident and move on.
Jennette McCurdy was at the forefront of negative publicity after the leaked sexy selfies went viral on the Internet. Her name started to trend on Twitter as fans tried to locate the source of the pictures. NBA Star posted a Vine video that says, "Sometimes you gotta live and learn by the mistakes you make... You gotta move on and keep pushing."