arlier this year, we reported about the widespread Fappening 2.0 leaks which affected multiple female celebrities, including the likes of Emma Watson, Amanda Seyfried, Kylie Jenner, Miley Cyrus, Alison Brie, etc. It was preceded by2014’s iCloud leak which affected celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Kate Upton, etc. This leak was called the original Fappening leak.
Just yesterday, we reported about another private picture leak which affected British model Danielle Lloyd. As it turns, more celebrities have become a victim of the suspected iCloud leak, and it won’t be wrong to call it Fappening 3.0.
The NSFW and private pictures of Miley Cyrus, Stella Maxwell, Kristen Stewart, Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn have been posted online by a celebrity leak website, whose name we have chosen not to reveal. Singer/actress Katharine McPhee has also been targetted in this leak, and she’s taking the legal course.
Kristen Steward and her girlfriend Stella Maxwell are reported to be taking legal action against the websites that have posted the personal pictures. Kristen’s lawyer, Scott Whitehead, is saying that her client owns the pictures and the websites are violating the copyright laws, according to TMZ.
In case of Tiger Woods, his lawyers have threatened to go ahead with a lawsuit if the private pictures aren’t removed from the website. His photos, which were taken several years ago, are believed to be hacked from his ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn’s smartphone. A spokesperson of Lindsey has said that appropriate legal actions will be taken to enforce her rights, according to People.
According to reports, Tiger Woods is also prepared to sue the website if the pictures aren’t taken down.
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