Charlotte McKinney has been hacked!
No, she did not share naked pictures of herself. In fact, the model is the latest celebrity to fall victim to a hacking scandal and cyberbullying attack after someone hacked into her Instagram account and posted nude photos of her.
Unfortunately, this is the second time that McKinney has had her accounts hacked. The latest incident occurred on Wednesday night, when several nude photos of the 23-year-old model surfaced on her Instagram account.
One photo showed her topless torso with her thumbs covering her nipples. The caption read: “I’m gonna be so damn hungover tomorrowww,” making it appear as though she was out partying and chose to reveal herself to her more than 500,000 followers, according to gossip site TMZ.
The photos were removed on Thursday, July 9, and to replace them the Carls Jr. model uploaded a message to her fans, apologizing and explaining the situation.
“To all my followers I’ve once again become a victim of hacking,” Charlotte wrote. “It’s disgusting people enjoy doing this to others. Please disregard any message you’ve gotten from me. Thanks for the support xo.”
Hollywood Life reports that her rep later issued a similar statement, adding, “Charlotte has once again become a victim of hacking. It’s disgusting someone does this and hopefully laws will change to protect people from these cyber attacks.”
Earlier this year, Charlotte McKinney made headlines for being featured in the popular burger chain Carl Jr.’s Superbowl commercial. In the ad, McKinney is seen walking naked through the farmers market to promote their all-natural, grass-fed burgers.
Speaking to Esquire in January, Charlotte opened up about the experience.
“I’ve always seen the commercials and thought, ‘Hey, I could do that. That looks fun.’ But it’s such an iconic commercial, with Heidi Klum and Paris Hilton. To me, that was awesome,” she said.
“People talk about it in movies. It was such an honor to get that spot. I wasn’t nervous though. The way I handle tough jobs is to not think about it and try to take it one step at a time. I didn’t even think it was going to be in the Super Bowl. It was just another day at work. That’s what I say to anyone who gets nervous: Just take it as it comes.”
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