Nina Dobrev of "The Vampire Diaries" (TVD) has becomes the latest victim of the Fappening 4 celebrity nude photo leaks. With this, Dobrev has joined the long list of Hollywood celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande, Kim Kardashian Selena Gomez and many more.
Incidentally in the fourth wave of the Fappening, the hackers have also released the pictures of first of their male celebrity victim Nick Hogan, the son of wrestler Hulk Hogan.
The hackers reportedly have released as many as 147 personal photos of Dobrev allegedly stolen from her iCloud drive,reported Kdramastars.
In the leaked photos, Dobrev, who play role of Elena in the popular TV series "The Vampire Diaries," is seen partying with her friends. In one of the pictures Dobrev is seen "licking a friend's breasts" while in another photo shows her "holding on to her own clothed chest."
Dobrev's photos that surfaced on 4chan and Reddit do not contain nudes, but the pictures include a few racy poses, noted Hollywood Life.
An Inquistr report noted that Dobrev though did not directly address the nude photo leak scandal, she posted a thought-provoking message on a social media website: "Be present. Make love. Make tea. Avoid small talk. Embrace conversation. Buy a plant, water it. Make your bed..."
The latest nude leak, however, comes at a time when Dobrev is busy shooting for the sixth season of her hit CW series "The Vampire Diaries". Reports indicate that Elena will continue to play the leading role both for "TVD" and "The Originals" crossover in November.
Due to the timing of the nude leak, there have been some suggestions that Dobrev nudes could be an insider's work for increasing the anticipation for the TV series.
The Fappening 4's first male victim reportedly is Nick Hogan. A Daily Mail report noted that Fappening 4 includes the "less high profile" victims such Victoria Secret Angel Erin Heatherton, "90210" actress AnnaLynne McCord and Winona Ryder.
An Epoch Times report noted that recent leaked nudes of Matt Smith and ex-girlfriend Daisy Lowe have also surfaced online on Thursday.