Celebrities hit back at leaked nude picture drama!

2014-09-02 13:58
Los Angeles – Celebrities have taken to their Twitter accounts to either defend themselves or their fellow celebs against the nude photos that have reportedly been leaked online.

According to Bang Showbiz, celebrities namely Ariana Grande, Seth Rogen and Kate Upton have voiced their feelings towards this.

Ariana Grande insists reported nude pictures of her are fake - because her bottom is "a lot cuter" in real life.

The Problem hitmaker took to her Twitter account to address rumours that a selection of naked photographs leaked onto the internet are of her, and she laughed off the claims by joking she is "praying for" anyone who thought they were her.

Fellow Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice is also claiming that photos of her are fake.

Seth Rogen jumped on the band wagon to protect the pride of all those affected by posting on Twitter:

Kate Upton has her lawyer threatening to take action, telling Us Magazine: "This is obviously an outrageous violation of our client Kate Upton's privacy. We intend to pursue anyone disseminating or duplicating these illegally obtained images to the fullest extent possible."

Other celebrities who have had something to say include Ricky Gervais and Lena Dunham.

The refutation comes days after an unidentified hacker stole explicit images and videos of more than 100 celebrities from Apple's iCloud service and published some to photo-sharing website 4chan.

Other celebrities affected by the scandal include Jennifer Lawrence, who has confirmed the images of her are real, but is warning that she will take legal action against anyone who publishes them.

The FBI confirmed in a statement that an investigation to find the hackers responsible for the material has begun.

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