One of the criminals was given 10 years in prison for stealing photographs.
If you are a star, then you need to think ten times before sharing nude pictures with your loved one over the network. Jennifer Lawrence was unlucky and fell victim to hackers: in 2014, the Hunger Games star's iCloud account was hacked and Jennifer's personal snapshots were stolen, in which she photographed herself naked. The attacker was caught, and he eventually received a real term - eight months in prison. But Lawrence herself more than once noted that this incident severely wounded her: "This theft is not just a scandal. It should be regarded as a sex crime."
In 2017, the Twilight star was out of luck. Hackers posted on the network candid photos of Kristen Stewart and her beloved Stella Maxwell. Kristen did not let the situation take its course and threatened to sue any site that would post the pictures stolen from her.
Rihanna and cybercriminals also got it: in 2009, they got to the personal archive of the Barados diva and immediately leaked her nude photos to the Internet. Riri called their act "humiliating" for her and suggested that it was the "worst thing" that had ever happened to her. Interestingly, even knowing about the vulnerability of smartphones, Rihanna plans to continue sending "naked" pictures to her lovers. In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, she summed up with a smile: "If you don't send your boyfriend a photo without clothes, then I'm sorry for him."
In 2011, hackers hacked into Blake Lively's account and posted four pictures of the actress in which a naked actress photographs herself in the mirror. Lawyers for the star of the TV series "Gossip Girl" denied the photo and announced that the photo was a fake, but thereby provoked the criminals even more, and they published new shots from Blake's smartphone.
Again in 2011, hacker Christopher Cheney hacked a number of celebrity accounts and, among others, leaked Scarlett Johansson's personal photos to the network. They managed to catch him: the attacker more than got what he deserved - he was sent to prison for a period of ten years. Moreover, the criminal was threatened with 121 years of imprisonment, but the court took into account the fact that he pleaded guilty and cooperated with the investigation. And Scarlett still recalls the incident with a shudder: "It was like a military invasion. As a woman, I was terribly humiliating, and I was very worried about it."