The Fappening continues and the hackers have now reportedly threatened to post the nude images of Emma Watson on the photo-sharing site 4Chan.
The hackers have set up a new website "Emma You Are Next" which has a message "Never Forget, The Biggest To Come Thus Far". The website has also posted an image of the "Harry Potter" star wiping away tears and a countdown clock.
In August, the hackers posted nude images of celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence, Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande on 4Chan website and reddit, Twitter and other social media platforms.
Along with the photos they released a master list, in which they claimed that they have photos of 100 other celebs. In September, they released the photos of some celebs who were named in the list, which includes Kim Kardashian, Gabrielle Union and Rihanna.
But Watson's name wasn't mentioned in the list, due to which it's unclear if the hackers have stolen pictures of the "Noah" actress.
The warning came after Watson's speech at the UN on gender equality went viral on social media during the weekend. Following that speech, some 4chan users hinted at leaking her nude photos.
Several users also commented on the 4Chan website saying that she will be punished for her gender equality speech, according to Death and Taxes, which posted the users comment.
"It is real and going to happen this weekend. That feminist bitch Emma is going to show the world she is as much of a whore as any woman," a user said.
"she makes stupid feminist speeches at UN, and now her nudes will be online, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH"
"In a documentary about the royal family and the media, she was included explained how the paparazzi were hunting her down for upskirt pics and etc, they where waiting patiently for her 18th birthday to hit so they could act like shameless savages , and when it hit, so they did , they laid down on the floor in the streets and such to snap photos of her... she is a delicate flower and it is time for her fans to see her in full bloom, unlike your shitty cow tit attention whore there."
Watch the video of Watson's speech on gender equality below: