Charlotte McKinney, Instagram


Charlotte McKinney is the latest celeb to fall victim to cyber bullying. 

On Wednesday evening, a number of NSFW nude pics appeared on the 23-year-old model's Instagram page, leading many fans to believe the blond beauty, who gained national attention as the featured model in Carls Jr.'s All Natural Burger Commercial, was hacked.

According to reports, the images in question (which have since been taken down) included a topless shot of the stunner with the caption, "I'm gonna be so damn hungover tomorrowww," as well as a pic of a naked woman eating pizza. 

And as fans already guessed, McKinney was indeed the latest subject of a celebrity hacking scandal. 

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"Charlotte has once again become a victim of hacking," her rep tells E! News. "It is disgusting someone does this and hopefully laws will change to protect people from these cyber attacks." 

This isn't the first time that revealing photos of McKinney have apparently circulated the Internet without her permission. Back in August, alleged nude pics of the model were reportedly leaked online. 

Meanwhile, you can feast your eyes on the bombshell's nearly-naked photo shoot with fashion photographer Nicholas Routzen, and if that's not enough, there's also the extremely low-cut dress she wore (and barely avoided a wardrobe malfunction) at last month's Guys' Choice Awards. 

Most recently, she was named GQ's Girl of the Summer and smolders in a sexy bikini photo shoot for the mag. She's also appearing in the forthcoming film Joe Dirt: 2, in theaters later this month.  

—Reporting by Marc Malkin

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