Model Charlotte Mckinney Hacked, Nude Photos Leaked on Instagram Account


Busty model, Charlotte Mckinney, also referred to as the ‘new Kate Upton,’ has been the latest victim of a hacking attack, when an unknown group of hackers hijacked her official Instagram account to leak her private nude photos online late Wednesday. Images were removed on Thursday, yet countless followers had already screenshot and shared the images elsewhere.

At first glance it appears someone hacked into Mckinney’s smartphone to steal her nude images and use her Instagram credentials to leak them on her own account.

The 23-year-old model leaked images are of low quality and extremely grainy, but hackers didn’t stop there, they then continued to add sexual captions on each photo they leaked.

According to multiple sources, Mckinney’s spokesperson has confirmed she has been the victim of a targeted attack, adding “Charlotte has once again become a victim of hacking,” he told The Daily Caller. “It is disgusting someone does this and hopefully laws will change to protect people from these cyber attacks.”

Many of Charlotte Mckinney’s fans expressed their feelings on her nude photo hack on Instagram and Twitter, writing: “I will never understand how this is how one enjoys their time. Violating others private moments or personal information. LOSERS!!!”

Many claim the photos are of such bad quality, it is hard to distinguish who the person in the picture is, let alone distinguish surroundings.

However, this is not the first time Mckinney has been the victim of a hack. 23-Year-Old professional model was the victim of a nude photo leak back in April, when her nude photos were found leaked on an image sharing website.

If images leaked are new or from a former set of leaked images has not been confirmed, but the photos presumably seem fresh from the model’s personal library.

“To all my followers I’ve once again become a victim of hacking. It’s disgusting people enjoy doing this to others. Please disregard any messages you’ve gotten from me. Thanks for the support xo,” Mckinney expressed on Instagram Thursday.

[Photo via Disney | ABC Television Group/Flickr [CC BY 2.0]]

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