Shalom Life | March 26, 2015

FBI to Investigate Alleged Scarlett Johansson Nude Photos

Scarlett Johansson appears to be the latest victim of a nude photo hacker.

By: Sarah Bauder

Published: September 14th, 2011 in Culture » Film » News

FBI to Investigate Alleged Scarlett Johansson Nude Photos
Scarlett Johansson has reportedly enlisted the aid of the FBI, after nude photos of the actress surfaced online Wednesday. Johansson's cell phone was hacked to obtain the snapshots, ergo, making it a criminal act.

"The FBI is aware of the alleged hacking incident and is looking into it," an FBI official told FoxNews.com.

The aforementioned photos (which can be viewed in their uncensored form, so be forewarned here: http://compendiamedia.com/scarlett-johansson-nude-photos-online/) show the actress in a topless self-portrait, and another of her exposed backside in a mirror.

Johansson is the latest high profile individual to be involved in a hacking situation. The FBI is apparently investigating roughly 50 celebrities including Jessica Alba and Vanessa Hudgens amongst others, who may be victims of a hacking ring.

The Johansson incident comes on the heels of the News of the World tabloid scandal that rocked Britain this summer. The phone-hacking scandal has effectively brought Rupert Murdoch and News Corp to their knees.

Johansson will next appear opposite Matt Damon and Elle Fanning, in the Cameron Crowe helmed We Bought a Zoo, which opens in December.
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