Damage Control: Celebs Who Took Back Their Power After Leaked Nudes
From Tyga to Gabrielle Union, stars sound off on hackers after their nudes leaked.
For some, sending a few spicy pics to Bae can be either cute or risky. But when you’re a Hollywood notable, you aren’t safe in the merciless world of technology.
Unfortunately, some stars (see: Tyga) have learned the hard way that shots below-the-waist can lead to even lower blows. See who still rose to the occasion and turned their leaked goods into a platform above.—Diamond Hillyer
The former YMCMB signee clawed back with legal defense after an alleged sext conversation surfaced, hinting at an alleged affair with transgender actress Mia Isabella. Lee Hutton, the rapper’s lawyer, came forth to admit that the nude photos were of Tyga, but were not sent to Mia Isabella and claimed that the scandal was staged to “maliciously shame” his client. Tyga even went so far as to try to recruit the FBI to fish out the perpetrator behind the alleged scandal.