Jessica Chastain Explains Why We Shouldn’t Look At The Latest Leaked Celeb Photos

Yep, it's happened again. Jessica Chastain has some cool shit to say about it though...


by Stevie Martin |
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Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Mary-Kate Olsen, Kate Bosworth, Amber Heard, Jennifer Lawrence (again), the list of celebrities who have fallen victim to the second wave of hacking is continuing to grow. Hackers are even threatening to release nude pictures of Emma Watson in the next five days. Thankfully, this time, sites haven't been linking to the pictures and the current mood is more 'Oh gross' rather than 'Oh let me look at th- er, yeah. I'm angry about this breach of privacy'.

Reddit and 4chan are the dumping ground for the pics, and poor Jennifer Lawrence has been targetted for a second time, with the hacker now boasting a screenshot from an apparent sex tape. Despite the fact that commentors are now saying (read: complaining) that this is a fake, the whole thing is really ruining our week. Thankfully, there have been a lot less thinkpieces on whether you should look at the images or not (you shouldn't) and whether it's the actors' faults for having nude photos on their phones anyway (it's not).

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Jessica Chastain is the latest celeb to join the campaign against this, what she rightly terms, 'victimisation'. While at the film premiere for her new film *Salome, *she told Sky News: 'To me they're not leaked photos, they're stolen photos. Me appearing nude in a film is my choice and I find it so terrible that these actresses have been completely victimised. Anything sexual which does not have the woman saying 'Yes'... is a big problem to me, so I hope that we find out who these people were and we can go after them as hard as we can'

Preach. And yes, anyone who clicks on these images is willingly taking part in the abuse.

Earlier this month, a hacker reportedly stole over a hundred celebrity nudes and has begun leaking them gradually. There are rumours of sex tapes, and a Paypal account was even set up to encourage people to donate in return for them getting published. Emma Watson, who's a friend of JLaw's, took to Twitter to denounce those who had leaked, and those who were clicking on, the pictures: 'Even worse than seeing women's privacy violated on social media is reading the accompanying comments that show such a lack of empathy', she wrote.

We hope they find the guy and plaster photos of his balls all over the Google homepage. OK so that would be sinking to his level, and would probably cause chaos, but we can dream, can't we?

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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