Photoshop or major invasion of privacy?
Celebrities made declarations claiming both Sunday after an internet user uploaded what they claimed were nude and risque photos of dozens of celebrities on the content-sharing site 4chan. Jennifer Lawrence's representatives made a statement implying that the photos of her are in fact real. They told ABC News: "This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence."
Meanwhile, celebrities like Victoria Justice are taking to social media to speak out against the hacker.
View the gallery above to see celebrities' mixed reactions to the alleged photo leak.
The full list of more than 100 celebrities who the hacker has supposedly acquired photos of includes Rihanna, Hope Solo and Kate Upton.
Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities respond to alleged nude photos leak
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