The celebrity world is still reeling from the latest set of hacked nudes , spreading fear of a new "Fappening. Obviously, no one is more deeply impacted than the celebrities whose photos were stolen, including Kristen Stewart, Miley Cyrus, and Tiger Woods. One of those celebrities, Katharine McPhee, is speaking out -- and she says that we need to change laws to discourage this kind of egregious invasion of privacy from happening again. A lot of the time, leaks spread over social media. The platforms themselves are of course not the culprits. But there are some sites devoted specifically to sharing the nudes -- particularly the leaked or stolen nudes -- of celebrities.
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By Dailymail. Katharine McPhee has blasted sites that have published her leaked photographs. The actress explained the set of circumstances that led to her intimate images being leaked online: 'I was hacked sometime in the last few years, and along with other celebrities a few days ago, my private photos were blasted all over some sick and despicable websites. The Los Angeles native told the publication that the ongoing trend of leaked naked photos of female celebrities 'with no recourse for these websites is absolutely abhorrent,' and that they 'should be shut down. The Smash actress said 'shame on' websites that promote the leaks, and those who might not have hacked the shots, but posted them online anyway 'should be shut down,' and that 'laws need to be changed. Taking a stand: McPhee, seen here earlier this month in Brentwood, said she's committed to 'ending this absurdity' of hacked and leaked nudes. McPhee said that 'no one deserves this kind of intrusion,' and that she knows other victims of similar efforts. This is a privacy and sex crime issue that affects private citizens as well. Game on.
Published: August 24, Singer and actress Katharine McPhee is fighting back after hacked intimate photos of her appeared on various websites this week. In a statement to People magazine, the year-old has expressed her outrage over the publishing of the private images, which were stolen from her iCloud, urging lawmakers to reevaluate the way such violations of privacy are handled. I love my body and they were taken for a man I was deeply in love with, or for no one but myself.
Katharine McPhee issued a statement Wednesday in response to intimate photos of her being published on pornographic websites after her phone got hacked. The actress and singer, 33, issued a statement Wednesday in response to intimate photos of her being published on pornographic websites after her phone got hacked. I love my body and they were taken for a man I was deeply in love with, or for no one but myself.