Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton's reps confirmed that their client's leaked nude pictures are real, and the FBI is currently investigating who stole the actress and model's private photos. Other stars who were targeted in the leak included Kirsten Dunst, Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice and Yvonne Strahovski.
Dunst tweeted, "Thank you iCloud." The actress, 32, included the "Pile of Poo" and "Pizza" emojis. An Apple spokeswoman said the company is investigating whether any iCloud accounts were compromised. The FBI is also looking into the matter.
Grande, who is promoting her album My Everything, laughed off the idea that she has naked selfies floating around on the internet. "To every1 going on about my 'nudes' & my 'm&g prices' neither are real! my lil ass is a lot cuter than that lmao & tour details r comin soon," she tweeted. The pop star, 21, added, "but forreal tho whoever thought those were actually me...... love u but I'm praying for u."
Justice, 21, took to Twitter to deny the authenticity of the photos that appeared to be of her. She wrote, "These so called nudes of me are FAKE people. Let me nip this in the bud right now. *pun intended*"
Strahovski, known for her roles in Chuck and 24: Live Another Day, weighed in on the scandal via her Instagram account. "It is with great sadness and disappointment that I address this hacking issue. To my fellow actresses whose privacy has been invaded—my heart goes out to you. I'm so disappointed that there are people in the world who feel the need to comitt these criminal acts. Some of these pictures are fake, my own included," the 32-year-old actress wrote. "Regardless—I ask you all—do not sahre the links. Don't even look at the photos. Just let people have the privacy they deserve. Integrity is sacred."
The authenticity of the other leaked photos has not been verified.