Miley Cyrus,Suki Waterhouse leaked nude photos part of larger celebrity leak: Here is the list of victims in 2017

The leaked pictures of the celebrities were posted online on Celeb Jihad, this Tuesday.

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus speaks on stage at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California August 30, 2015 Reuters

Hackers are making it really tough for celebrities by leaking their private pictures again and again. Around two weeks ago, nude pictures of Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried were leaked online.

Now, new reports claim that more Hollywood celebrities have been victimized this time which include private pictures of Miley Cyrus, Suki Waterhouse and Rosario Dawson. The leaked pictures of the celebrities were posted online on Celeb Jihad, this Tuesday.

It is to be noted that it is the same site which published the stolen pictures of Watson and Seyfried.

According to bitbag, "The latest photos show Cyrus completely naked in a sauna, while another sees her wearing overalls while topless."

The site further claims that Waterhouse and Dawson's nudes were also circulated on the same day.

In fact, Gossip Cop too confirmed that Celeb Jihad posted some explicit selfies as well as nude images of the two celebrities soon after the picture leak of Cyrus. The site mentions that Waterhouse's pictures were taken in front of a bathroom mirror and allegedly was saved on her iPhone.

There were also pictures of a woman resembling Dawson, who is seen posing completely naked in possibly some acting trailer. There is also a short tape of the same person who is in a hot tub.

According to the bitbag, the Fappening 2017 victims include celebrities like Amanda Seyfried, Dylan Penn, Katie Cassidy, Demi Lovato, Rose McGowan, Saraya-Jade "Paige" Bevis, Celeste "Kaitlyn" Beryl Bonin, Laura Ponticorva, Analeigh Tipton, Miley Cyrus, Maria Kanellis, Suki Waterhouse, Rosario Dawn, Sophie Turner, Marisa Tomei and Alison Brie.

Legal action threats were given against the site by both Watson and Seyfried. McGowan on the other hand, called out the US Justice Department to help to nab the hackers.

This article was first published on April 12, 2017