Demi Lovato nude pics reportedly leaked via Snapchat after her account was hacked
Singer Demi Lovato became the latest victim to fall prey to social media hackers and after her nude pictures were allegedly leaked online.
Demi Lovato has become the latest celebrity victim of hacking after her nude pictures were allegedly leaked online.
Lovato's Snapchat was allegedly hacked and her private photos were posted using her own account. The account then redirected viewers to swipe up and join a private group on the chatting app 'Discord'. The Inquistr had initially noticed a bizarre message on Lovato's story which promised nude photos.
These pictures could be accessed if the users signed up on a particular 'Discord' server. A couple of minutes later, pictures what is assumed to be Lovato were shared on the account. There was also a message posted on Lovato's Snapchat which read, "Join this discord server for my nudes".
The message also provided the link to the photos. There were other posts that showed a nude brunette standing in a closet and posing while taking a mirror selfie. The picture was shared along with the caption, "Join the chuckling squad discord for more" and another link.
Fans of the singer slammed the hackers and took to their social media handles to beg 'Snapchat' to get Lovato's account back. One of her fans shared, "Someone hacked Demi Lovato's Snapchat and is posting her nudes". The account is still live though all the posts and pictures have been removed. It is not known whether 'Snapchat' intervened and removed the pictures or the hackers took them down themselves. Lovato has not said responded to the incident yet.
As reported by The Blast, she was recently being criticized for being paid around $150,000 by the Ministry of Jerusalem Affairs to visit Israel and get baptized in the Jordan River. Lovato released a statement saying, "No one told me there would be anything wrong with going or that I could possibly be offending anyone".
Last May, rapper Iggy Azalea also had her private nude photos leaked on social media which resulted in her taking a break from Twitter.