Christina Hendricks, Olivia Munn see naked pictures leaked
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Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn are the latest celebrities to join the ranks of the possibly phone-hacked, with racy, semi-nude and naked pictures reportedly of the two of them hitting the Web over the weekend.
Oh, not the two of them together, people. Two people, separate photos. Dirty minds!
‘Christina’s phone was in fact hacked and photos were stolen. The proper authorities have been contacted in hopes of rectifying this situation,’ her rep told Gossip Cop. ‘The topless image is fake and not an image of Christina.’
Photos that clearly show Hendricks’ face include a shot of her in a bustier, and another posing in the mirror wearing only her glasses and a long-sleeved, V-neck, flesh-colored top. Then there’s the topless, headless shot of a well-endowed woman.
Several of the pictures of Munn are authentic -- one in a pink bikini presumably taken backstage at a Maxim shoot, for example -- and were previously posted to her blog or Twitter account, but the semi-nude and nude shots that don’t show her face are reportedly not of the actress, sources told TMZ.
Though Munn has not denied the authenticity of the racier shots, she commented Sunday on Twitter: ‘If you ever hacked my phone, these are the pictures you’d find,’ linking to pics of a chubby baby and a lolcat.
Making the racy shots even racier is sexually graphic text superimposed on top of them, addressed to ‘Chris.’ Munn has in the past dated actor Chris Pine, and according to Gawker has similarly superimposed text on photos using Skitch software.
According to Slate, less-racy shots of Sarah Silverman and January Jones were posted at the same time the Munn and Hendricks shots went up.
And about those ‘proper authorities’? Whether the incidents will be treated similarly to the FBI’s Operation Hackerazzi, when Scarlett Johansson and Miley Cyrus were among the victims, was unclear Monday.
Ari Dekofsky, media spokewoman for the FBI, told The Times: ‘We neither confirm nor deny an investigation.’