In part six of the ongoing, The Fappening, the leaking of stolen celebrities nude photos, the latest set of photos has just hit the Internet, leaking nude photos of five prominent celebrities.
The Fappening 6 photo leaks contains nude photos of celebrities Nicola Peltz, known for her roles as voice actress in The Last Airbender, Bradley Martin of the A&E series Bates Motel, as well as Tessa Yeager in Transformers: Age of Extinction. The Fappening part six also contains nude photos of actress and musician Krysten Ritter, and American actress, musician and former model Jane Moargolis, known for her role in Breaking Bad, and Chloe in the Apartment 23 comedy.
The leaked photo set also includes American Idol finalist Angie Miller and Aubrey Cleland, as well as Dallas Cowboys cheerleader veteran Tobie Percival.
In what was thought the be the dead leak of celebs photos, the iCloud leaks have once again revived. The Fappening was thought to be dead as the later Fappening sets contained D-list celebrities and had stopped following the timely one week frame. It appears the Fappening is not dead, leaking photos of prominent celebrities such as Nicola Peltz.
The Fappening began back in August when nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Kaley Cuoco among many other celebrities surfaced online. Shortly following was a wave of celebrities leaks coming in short weekly spans.
Leaking nude photos of Kim Kardashian in the hackers next set, then in the third set following Cara Delevingne, and Anna Kendrick, then making headlines with part four containing Nina Dobrev and their first male celebrity Nick Hogan.
Follow four prominent leaks The Fappening was though to have died out. What was thought to have targeted 101 celebrities iCloud was dieing only after a few weeks. Later came nude photos of Daisy Lowe and Matt Smith, then the last leak before part six of the Fappening was Linsday Clubine.
Shortly after the initial iCloud leaks, Apple posted a statement regarding the leak of celebrity photos, saying celebs iCloud vaults were hacked due to weak passwords, not a vulnerability in the service.
The massive leak of celebrity photos brought Google a $100 million dollar lawsuit from Hollywood lawyer, Marty Singer, claiming Google was making millions from the victimized actresses.
The FBI is said to be investigating the ongoing The Fappening leaks, searching for the hacker/s.