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Hacker leaks nude photos of Demi Lovato on Snapchat

Fans were protecting Demi Lovato after hacking her Snapchat, which posted sensitive photos to her account. Blast reports that Demi's private nude photos were posted to her Snapchat account on Thursday (October 17). The hacker they also instructed fans to "swipe up" to join the Discord team.

Shortly after the sensitive photos were posted on the platform, Demi's team was able to regain control account. Demi has not publicly commented on the hack. According to The Blast, the same team may also be responsible for recent hacks on Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey and actress Chloe Grace Moretz.

Demi Lovato

The fans were furious as the singer had a hard time passing him last year and just recently returned to SOCIAL MEDIA.

"It's never okay to leak nude photos of someone, but Demi Lovato has spoken openly about her mental struggles so why would anyone do that to her? It's really catastrophic, you should be ashamed of you posting pictures," wrote one fan of her.

“This is disgusting and totally unacceptable. It's not worth it after all it's gone through, ”another posted on Twitter.

Another defended the singer, writing: “Why do people think it's okay to crack celebrities and leak their private photos? Demi Lovato is well worth it. "

Demi is the latest celebrity to date hacker posted her private photos. Influencer Alissa Violet decided to share a private photo of herself after being threatened by a hacker.

Fortunately, the worrying trend trend has been prosecuted in recent years. Last year, a hacker who stole private photos of her Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Kirsten Dunst were sentenced to eight months in prison.

It is not clear if Demi's team has reported the hack to authorities.

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