It's finally here!
Ch-ch-check it out
[Image via Twitter.]
Ever since the string of recent hacked nude photo leaks has begun, the celebrities involved have done everything they could to fight it.
Well now it looks like we might be seeing the beginning of that legal action. Celebrity lawyer Marty Singer is launching a full-on legal attack, starting with a letter threatening to sue for over $100 million!!
But the question is, who can these celebs sue? Apparently, Google. Singer writes:
You know how you make everyone forget a nude photo scandal? By looking like one of the classiest women alive!
Her Casadei and Bulgari accessories were equally as chic, adding some sparkle, but not too much!
Kohl-rimmed eyes and flawlessly glam hair finished off her look.
Wait, Kate had a nude photo scandal?! That totally slipped our minds because we’re so obsessed with this look! Clearly her trick worked! LOLz!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
Sounds like the right attitude!
We honestly have NO idea how the former award winning pitcher does feel because the man has since said that he wants to keep his personal life just that - PERSONAL!
Here's what the MLB star said this past Tuesday:
Cory Allen Contemporary Art, otherwise known as CACA, just announced they'll be featuring Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton's unaltered hacked nude images in El Lay artist XVALA's upcoming show No Delete — located in Saint Petersburg, Florida next month.
As if spreading the images over the interwebs weren't enough — now people can take photos with the life-sized pics of these violated femmes?! Oy.
In a press release yesterday, publicist Cory Allen revealed:
Sounds like iCloud might be completely in the clear!
While there were initially fingers pointed at iCloud as the reason a large number of celebs' personal pics were leaked, Apple seemed to clear their name with an investigation.
But now, iCloud is getting even clearer as the investigations continue.
We hear FBI investigators think at
Looks like we may be one step closer to finding out who was behind the photo hacking scandal and hopefully sending the culprit to jail!
Since it was the women's PRIVATE iCloud accounts that the pictures were stolen from.
Well, it turns out, after 40 hours of investigation, Apple has found out that it WASN'T a program-wide problem.
This was a 'targeted attack' of the women's accounts.
Her attorney, Lawrence Shire, released a statement on Kate's clear invasion of privacy after private, nude photos of her from her phone went public, sharing: