Another day, another reported celebrity nude photo scandal, and this time the victim is a very familiar face -- Kim Kardashian.
TMZ reports that "pics were uploaded to 4chan and Reddit ... and because both companies have taken a harsh stance on hacked photos, they were quickly removed from both sites. Nude photos were also released by a hacker of what appears to be Vanessa Hudgens and Hope Solo."
It is being reported that Lake Bell, Avril Lavigne and Leelee Sobieski may be victims as well.
As for these Kim photos, the reality star is apparently not wearing a wedding ring, which does allow us to rule out three very brief periods of time that the photos could not have been taken: the roughly three years between 2000 and 2003 when Kim said "I Do" for the first time to music producer Damon Thomas; the 72 days between August 20 and October 31, 2011 when Kim thought she had found the one in Kris Humphries; and the 119 days following May 24 of this year when she got hitched to the one the one, Kanye West.
None of the victims, or their reps, have released any statements at this time. Sadly, this is not the first time two of these women have had to deal with this horrific violation of their privacy.
Kim had her sex tape with Ray J hit the web in 2007, four years after they filmed themselves in 2003, and Vanessa had nude photos leak of her in September of 2007 when she was still a teenager.
Even worse, Vanessa was made to publicly apology for the leak of her private photos, placing blame on herself for taking them.
This all comes just a few weeks after more than 100 other female celebs had their nude photos stolen and leaked online as well, among them Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.
As for the disgusting individual who leaked these photos, they better hope the authorities get to them before Kanye.
Remember, when you look at these pictures you are violating these women again and again. It's not okay.— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) September 1, 2014
Remember, when you look at these pictures you are violating these women again and again. It's not okay.