Have Hackers Targeted Holly Willoughby?
Hackers reportedly have threatened Holly Willoughby by claiming that they have obtained the 'X-rated photos' to humiliate her online. Fresh reports claimed that Holly, aged 36, joins Millie Mackintosh, the British socialite aged 27, on a fresh list of names to be taunted regarding online content 'stolen' as well as threatened to use it again.
The alleged photographs existence has not been acknowledged yet, and Metro.co.uk has contacted representative of Holly for a comment. In the meantime, a close source of Holly, mother of three, denied that she was a victim and apparently show host is unfazed.
They said that Holly is not concerned because these are all baseless accusations as much as Holly is concerned. In the meantime, metro.co.uk posted on March 20th, 2017, stating that Millie Mackintosh, former star of Made in Chelsea, is also threatened over alleged 'stolen' pictures.
This news appears soon after stolen images of Amanda Seyfried and Emma Watson are posted online.
It appears that the online hackers gain access to these images by guessing passwords of social media as well as message service. Those having special software can only access the dark web, and thus allows the website operators as well as users to remain untraceable or anonymous.
Holly Willoughby posed for the photos when she attended Pride of Britain Awards 2015 in London. As per Metro, the recent buzz is that hackers are taunting Holly, and they claimed to have seen Holly's nude photos. However, on Monday, Holly herself didn't talk regarding the naked photos existence or non-existence in her daytime show. Holly Willoughby's pregnancy buzz with her fourth child has also surrounded her.
As per social networking sites such as Twitter, the buzz around Willoughby possibly having her nude photos leaked as victim of "Fappening 2.0", have made her a one of the popular online subject.
Now they can use them in their advantage hoping to winding the celebs up and then attracting hits. Actress reps confirmed that due to the hack photos were leaked, however they did not agree that nude images were involved following the available reports they had.
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