Christina Hendricks has become the latest victim of cellphone hackers. Through her representative, the Joan Holloway of "Mad Men" recently confirmed to the press that her photos had been stolen when her phone was hacked. She, however, denied that a topless picture that popped out earlier belongs to her.
"Christina's phone was in fact hacked and photos were stolen," a representative for the 36-year-old actress said on Sunday, March 4. "The proper authorities have been contacted in hopes of rectifying this situation." The rep continued on to stress, "The topless image is fake and not an image of Christina."
Just hours before her rep came out with the statement, several pictures of Hendricks surfaced online. The images were seemingly taken when the "Drive" actress was at home as they displayed her wearing barely any clothes and without make-up. Released along with the photos was a shot of naked breasts purportedly belong to the actress.
Hendricks wasn't the only one hit with naked photos scandal. TV personality Olivia Munn also had several pictures allegedly showing her in lingerie, a bikini, a low-cut V-neck T-shirt and also completely nude floating around the Internet on Sunday. TMZ claimed while some of the photos are legit, the naked shot was fake.
Munn herself has taken to her Twitter account to address the scandal. The actress who will be seen starring opposite Channing Tatum and Alex Pettyfer on "Magic Mike" posted photos of a baby and a cat along with a note that read, "If you ever hacked my phone, these are the pictures you'd find."