The This Morning presenter has reportedly been contacted by people claiming to have X-rated pictures of her
Compromising pictures of Holly Willoughby are said to have been stolen by hackers who are now threatening to leak them online, it’s been claimed today – although insiders say no such photos exist.
According to The Sun , the apparent nude photos could have been stolen in a new wave of hacks to have hit certain celebrities following the infamous iCloud security breach of 2014, then dubbed ‘The Fappening’.
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.
Hackers have warned that thousands of nude images sent via the mobile-messaging service Snapchat, many of which users believed self-destructed after being sent, are to be released online in a searchable database.
Messaging boards on the notorious website 4chan have been filling up with news of the imminent leak, already being referred to as “The Snappening”.
It comes just weeks after hundreds of celebrity nudes were leaked online through the same site, following a hack of Apple’s iCloud that has come to be referred to as the Fappening.
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