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Jennifer Lawrence Naked Sex Video Will Be Leaked Next, Threatens 4Chan Celebrity Hacker

The 4Chan hacking scandal isn’t over; in fact, it’s far from over, considering a report in The Independent this morning in which the so far unidentified celebrity hacker allegedly confirmed that he has a two minute sex video of Jennifer Lawrence which he “gleaned” from her iCloud.

The controversial story was all over the news headlines and social media yesterday after the 4Chan hacker released naked pictures of 100 celebrities. Many of them are A-listers like Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Cara Delevingne, Ariana Grande, and of course, Jennifer Lawrence.

The Mirror in Britain reported that the hacker has a video clip of Lawrence, and is keen to find a way to post it anonymously. The 4Chan hacker, who very much has the celebrity world’s attention, posted online:

“I know no one will believe me, but i have a short lawrence video. Is way too short, a little over 2 minutes and you only get to see her boobs. Anyways, if somebody wants it let me know how i can upload it anonymously (i dont want the FBI over me, and you dont wanna know how I got this video.)”

Jennifer Lawrence and her reps are not at all happy about the iCloud leak, especially since Lawrence may be the only one to have an actual explicit sex video out there on the internet.

We all know that once images and videos are “out there” on the World Wide Web, they are out there forever and can never be removed, nor can the impressions they’ve made taken back.

Lawrence’s reps told reporters: “This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.”

Some bloggers have also come under considerable fire for reposting the naked images of the celebrities. One such website, Perez Hilton, backtracked and apologized for posting the images, saying:

“No, I haven’t been forced to do so or been contacted by their reps, but I am removing those uncensored photos of JLaw and Victoria Justice. I acted in haste just to get the post up and didn’t really think things through. I’m sorry.”

Either way, there is little question that the current4Chan celebrity hacker scandal is a big one that will continue for a while yet. There are a lot of very embarrassed Hollywood stars trying to come to terms with the horrific invasion of their private lives, and some may be left wondering what possessed them to post the images in the first place.

A cynic might question whether, in the final analysis, this publicity is actually so damaging or, as the saying goes in show business — there’s no such thing as bad publicity!

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