Hollywood is rocked to its core. Just a few days after Emma Watson's nude photos were leaked online, Amanda Seyfried has been targeted. However, the "Les Miserables" star is taking the same step that the "Beauty and the Beast" actress took.
According to TMZ, Amanda Seyfried has decided to take legal action on the issue. Seyfried's legal team has delivered a letter to Celeb Jihad, demanding that the website should take down all the nude photos of the "Red Riding Hood" star. The letter says Seyfried did not give consent for the photos to be uploaded on the site.
The big drop happened a couple of days after Emma Watson's naked images made rounds online. It is said that aside from Watson and Amanda Seyfried, there are other stars included in the leak. The leak is now infamously called Fappening 2.0.
The outlet also published what appears to be the same letter that the lawyers of Amanda Seyfried sent to Celeb Jihad. The letter says the leak is violating the actress' rights to privacy. The letter also notes that some of the private photos include "intimate moments" with Seyfried's ex boyfriend.
The lawyers of Amanda Seyfried also requested that Celeb Jihad preserve all the evidence related to the shocking leak. It is unclear if the website has responded to the requests. It also remains unclear if the site has taken down all of the nude photos.
Refinery 29 notes that this isn't the first time celebrities have been targeted by hackers. It is unclear if the images were obtained through a device owned by Amanda Seyfried or not. More details about the leak of Emma Watson's nude photos have also yet to be revealed.
Jennifer Lawrence previously slammed hackers and those who viewed the nude photos of her that leaked a few years ago. Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried have yet to officially address the issue that has kept fans in a frenzy for the past days. Stay tuned for more updates.