Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. Ariana Grande and numerous other female celebrities are the target of a major hacking campaign involving alleged nude photos that have been leaked online. The dozens of alleged nude photos first appeared on the online bulletin board 4chan, which is mostly used anonymously, according to Buzzfeed. A member of Grande's team tells Billboard the photos fake. Victoria Justice took to Twitter to deny that the alleged photos of her are legitimate. Let me nip this in the bud right now. Feeling for everyone who got hacked.
A member of Ariana Grande's team tells Billboard the photos fake.
By Jessica Earnshaw for MailOnline. Just days after nude photos of her were reportedly leaked online, Ariana Grande shared a racy selfie on Instagram. The hitmaker can be seen winking at the camera while laying down and dressed in a white crop top, complete with low-cut neckline. The year-old told fans earlier in the week that the naked snaps weren't of her via her Twitter page and that her derriere is much 'cuter' than those pictured. Scroll down for video. There's always time for a selfie! Ariana Grande shared a racy snap on Instagram on Thursday, just days after nude photos of 'her' were reportedly leaked online.
The former Nickelodeon star is among more than celebrities targeted by an anonymous phone hacker who claims to have nude photos of them. Her rep had already denied that the leaked naked pictures were even of her but Ariana Grande clearly felt the need to reiterate the point. Her jokey response, which managed to include a bit of promotion for herself, delighted her followers though as it has already been retweeted up to 16 thousand times. On Monday Ariana's rep confirmed that the leaked photos allegedly showing her posing naked are fake, as she became one of more than celebrities targeted by an anonymous phone hacker who claims to have nude photos of them - see the full list here. When pictures appearing to show the Problems hitmaker were leaked on Twitter we contacted her agent, who confirmed: "These are fake.
The singer was thought to be one of many celebs whose images were allegedly leaked in the first round of Hollywood's mass photo hacking scandal. Earlier this month Ariana Grande took to Twitter to confirm that the leaked photos allegedly showing her posing naked were fake after more than celebrities were targeted by an anonymous phone hacker. And now she's personally addressed it again, insisting she "doesn't take pictures like that". When the photographer said the whole thing is "kind of messed up", the singer replied: "Yeah, it is invasive, but at least it wasn't me. When pictures appearing to show the Problems hitmaker were leaked on Twitter Mirror Celeb contacted her agent who also confirmed they were fake. Subscriptions Sign Out. Ariana: I don't take pictures like that Image: Rex Features. View gallery.