This weekend another big leak of private celebrity photos has hit the web. First time victims Kaley Cuoco and Jennifer Lawrence are hit again and now reports surface that a private message from Amber Heard to Johnny Depp containing a topless photo has leaked
On Saturday we reported that private photos of Kim Kardashian got leaked on 4chan and reddit. This was just the beginning of what has become a huge celebrity photo leak, similar to the first one early September. First time hacker victims Kaley Cuoco and Jennifer Lawrence are again part of the list of celebrities that got private photos stolen and leaked on the web.
Don't Miss: iPhone 8: Everything You Need to Know
Various reports on the new hacker case this weekend mention the following celebrities that got hit: Gabrielle Union, Hayden Panettiere, Leelee Sobieski, Avril Lavigne, Hope Solo, Aubrey Plaza, Lake Bell, Mary-Kate Olsen, Rihanna and Vanessa Hudgens.
According to a new report on TMZ, we can add now also Amber Heard to the list of victimized celebrities. TMZ says that lots of private photos of Amber Heard leaked onto 4Chan and Reddit. One of the mostly topless Amber Heard photos has a sign that identifies her fiancé Johnny Depp. TMZ says that the FBI is still investigating the massive celebrity hacker case.
4Chan and others sites have reacted much quicker this time around to remove the images. There are no procedures and policies in place regarding hacked private photos.
If the new wave of leaked photos is from the same hacker or the same attack is unclear. Apple's iCloud was deemed the source of the private photos in the first wave. Apple has since supposedly improved security.
From all the stars that got hacked this weekend, Kim Kardashian is likely the one that is the least bothered. She though gets the most backlash on Social media right now. She is published a sex tape years back and is also not shy to show off her skin as this recent Instagram proofs.
Kaley Cuoco talked about the leaked photo scandal on Kimmel last week. See the clip below.
Don't Miss: The Best HDR TVs