A host of British male celebrities have started panicking after a mass leak of sex tape online. According to the Sun, sources claimed that leaked tapes of A-List celebrities appeared after one of the accounts on Celebrity Busted website was hacked.
The international X-rated website has already published intimate videos of medal-winning Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, 27, “Britain’s Got Talent” 2008 winner George Sampson, 23, and current “Celebrity Big Brother” contestant Calum Best, 35. Other celebrities whose intimate recordings were also compromised include diver Chris Mears, TV show “Coronation Street” star Shayne Ward, ex-contestant of “Strictly Come Dancing” Ben Cohen, “The Only Way Is Essex” star Kirk Norcross and “X Factor” star Sam Callahan.
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The three men who hacked into the personal accounts of 30 women and stole private information including nude photos are being forced to pay just $9,000 in compensation between them.
Edward Majerczyk, Ryan Collins and Andrew Helton were all behind the 2014 ‘celebgate’ photo leak, which led to personal pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and other victims being stolen and posted online.
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Apple admitted that some of its most famous customers’ iPhone accounts were invaded by hackers, as US law enforcement investigates the mass leak of intimate photographs of more than 100 celebrities.
Its central iCloud systems were not breached in the attack, despite claims by the hackers, Apple stressed, averting a wider threat that might have affected all iPhone owners.
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Doctor Who actor Matt Smith and former girlfriend Daisy Lowe are the latest celebrities to fall victim to the nude photos hacking scandal.
The pair, who dated for two years but have since split, have had personal photos of themselves leaked online by hackers.
They are the latest celebrities to fall victim to the scandal, which has seen high profile stars such as actress Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Kim Kardashian have their private photos posted online.
Jennifer Lawrence broke her silence on the scandal in an interview with magazine Vanity Fair earlier this week, calling it a “sex crime”.
The incident – dubbed by trending terms of “The Fappening” or “Celebgate” – has sparked anger due to the major breach of privacy.
But they have also drawn attention to the use of ‘cloud’ services, used for storing information online, rather than in a device hard-drive.
Apple said the images had been obtained using a ‘targeted attack’ for information such as passwords rather than a specific security vulnerability in its iCloud service.