Taylor Swift
Singer Taylor Swift arrives at the Teen Choice Awards 2014 in Los Angeles, California August 10, 2014.Reuters

Taylor Swift appears to be the latest victim of celebrity nude photo scandal, as a new report claims that her topless pictures were posted on 4chan on Monday.

Although Swift's name was mentioned in the initial list of celebrities who had their privacy violated, no photos surfaced until this one, noted Mirror, adding that the photo was deleted shortly after it was uploaded.

Fans who have seen the picture told the publication that it was a doctored image, and Swift hasn't really been caught up in the scandal like many others including Jennifer Lawrence, Cara Delevingne and Amber Heard among others.

Like Swift's, several other photos, including that of singer and actor Hillary Duff's, are also believed to be fake.

"Photos claiming to be Hilary Duff are completely fake," the Lizzie McGuire star's publicist said in a statement cited by HollywoodLife. "They are all from the neck down and are absolutely fake. They do not have Hilary's defining birthmarks or tattoos. ANY PRESS PERSON who indicates that these photos are Hilary Duff, will meet legal recourse."

Swift is currently riding on the success of her latest song "Shake It Off," and even if her nude photos are fake, her troubles are far from over.

APG Security, a limo company in New York City, has filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Supreme Court against the singer for her diva behaviour, reported TMZ. As per records, APG was hired in June to shuttle Swift around New York City. While the original plan was to show Swift and her entourage around the city during her stay at her Franklin St. penthouse, Swift's company, Firefly Entertainment, axed the deal after the contract was signed.

The company wants unspecified damages, claiming breach of contract, and has even gone on record about Swift's diva-like demands. Supposedly, the 24-year-old has a set of rules as to when drivers could talk to her, and her demands also included a list of amenities the cars must include, the report noted.