Hackers, who stole thousands of pictures of over a dozen celebrities struck again for a second time and released some bathroom selfies of Kim Kardashian on 4chan and Reddit.
The BuzzFeed reported that the hackers in this second wave have targeted actresses such as Vanessa Hudgens and Aubrey Plaza, designer Mary-Kate Olsen, and soccer star Hope Solo. Several personal photos and videos of these celebrities were leaked on Saturday.
In the nude selfies that are shared on 4chan, Reddit and Twitter, Kim Kardashian West is not wearing a wedding ring, suggesting that those pictures would have been taken before her wedding.
The unidentified hacker after leaking dozens of nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton has shared a screenshot of rows of thumbnails purporting to show that more picture and video releases were imminent.
Reports have found that more than 100 A-list celebrities were targeted by the anonymous phone hacker who claimed to have explicit photos of them. The hacker even had claimed that he has footage of Jennifer allegedly performing a sex act, Mirror reported.
Currently both FBI and Apple are investigating the iCloud leak that took place on 1 September.
Apple Inc, however, has maintained its cloud storage system was never breached. Apple CEO Tim Cook suggested that the "celebrities" had fallen victim to phishing scams, which led to their iCloud log-in information being leaked, or had chosen security questions aimed at protecting their passwords that hackers were able to guess, reported Wall Street Journal.
The celebrity nude leak, popularly dubbed as The Fappening, had raked up quite an uproar.
Clay Aiken, the 35-year-old singer, most famous American Idol runner-up, and current Democratic Congressional candidate, told The Washington Post in a recent interview: "Anybody who takes inappropriate pictures of themselves deserves exactly what they get."
"Of course whoever [stole and released the photos] should be hogtied," he added. "And it's unfortunate that we don't have Internet security right now or the laws in place to protect people from pirating that stuff."