The so-called “Fappening 2.0” includes a list of celebrities who have had their stolen naked photos and videos leaked online, as previously reported by the Inquisitr. Now there is news about names in addition to celebrities like Emma Watson, Amanda Seyfried, and others being victims of the “Fappening 2.0” photo leak. However, despite claims that Holly Willoughby’s stolen naked photos will soon end up as part of the latest “Fappening 2.0” pics, a source close to Holly is claiming that isn’t true.
As reported by the Sun, the 36-year-old married mother of three doesn’t have any naked photos that could be stolen as part of the “Fappening 2.0” that has created plenty of buzz online as of late. The publication also claims that Kylie Jenner, Millie Mackintosh, Jennifer Lawrence and model Lacey Banghard are all a part of the “Fappening 2.0” naked photo leak.
The source reportedly close to Willoughby claimed that Holly wasn’t worried about being a part of the “Fappening 2.0,” since Holly called the claims of any of her naked photos being stolen a “baseless” accusation.
“Holly is unconcerned as these are baseless accusations as far as she is concerned.”
For the naked photos of other celebrities that have been spread online as part of the “Fappening 2.0,” they have been anonymously posted, claims the publication, and getting thousands of web hits. Although news hasn’t broken yet about those responsible for the latest celebrity naked photo hack being brought to justice, news is spreading about who may be involved as a victim in the latest hack.
— The Sun (@TheSun) March 20, 2017
According to Computerworld, the “Fappening 2.0” includes explicit photos, videos or both of famous women like Rose McGowan, Alyssa Arce, Rhona Mitra, Analeigh Tipton, Iliza Shlesinger, Jilliain Murray, Kristanna Loken and others. The hackers passing around the naked photos have reportedly used both the dark web and forums that are invitation-only to share the photos, as if trading baseball cards. Although the photos can be removed from certain websites, they can be saved by those seeking to keep the stolen pics. Those engaging in stealing personal photos from iCloud accounts should note the plight of 29-year-old Edward Majerczyk, who went to jail for nine months for stealing photos, according to the publication.
As seen in the above photo, Holly posed for photos when Willoughby attended the Pride of Britain Awards 2015 in London. The latest buzz claims that Holly is being taunted by hackers who claim to have seen her naked photos, according to Metro. Holly herself did not speak about the existence or non-existence of naked photos during her daytime show on Monday. Buzz about whether or not Willoughby is pregnant with her fourth child has also surrounded Holly.
— NewsYab.com (@NewsYab) March 21, 2017
Meanwhile, the buzz surrounding Willoughby potentially having her naked photos leaked as a victim of the “Fappening 2.0” has made Holly a popular topic online, according to social networking sites like Twitter. A sampling of some of the comments being published about Holly can be read below.
Kenny McCallum: “If Holly Willoughby has leaked pictures I’m taking a week off work.”
Smiffy: “If Holly Willoughby’s photos do get leaked, I am literally going to pull my c*** off.”
Trendinalia UK : “‘Holly Willoughby’ is trending today on Google United Kingdom (50,000+ searches).”
Metro Entertainment: “Holly Willoughby ignores ‘x-rated photo hacking’ scandal as she gets back to her day job on This Morning.”
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