It has been a very hard week for Bella Thorne. A few days ago, the actress' Twitter account was hacked and the hacker threatened to release Bella's nudes on the social media site. Bella was able to regain control of her account, and in order to take power away from the hacker, she decided to post her nudes herself. Along with the screenshots, Bella wrote a note, explaining the situation.
Bella Thorne takes back her power
Bella Thorne is firing back at Whoopi Goldberg after she seemingly shamed Bella for having nude photos on her phone, on the cloud, or anywhere. In a series of super emotional posts Tuesday, Bella tearfully blasted Whoopi Bella said Whoopi's comment only inflames a painful situation. She also suggested Whoopi's lack of sympathy toward young people who get exposed this way is part of the reason people commit suicide after their nudes are leaked. In case you missed it Bella's Twitter was hacked last week, and over the weekend she posted a series of topless photos in order to beat her alleged hacker to the punch. She says the person was attempting to extort her with the racy pics.
Bella Thorne 's had to deal with a lot lately due to her stolen nudes. Unfortunately, it's a saga that's far from over, as she now has to contend with some slut-shaming comments from Whoopi Goldberg. Earlier this week, Thorne decided to stand up to a hacker who allegedly stole her nudes by posting them herself alongside a long note about reclaiming power over the situation.
Bella Thorne has called out Whoopi Goldberg for her reaction to the actor leaking her own nude photographs online. In August , the man who hacked into hundreds of iCloud accounts of Hollywood stars before leaking their nude photos was sentenced to eight months in prison. George Garafano became infamous when he stole private photos from people including Jennifer Lawrence and Kirsten Dunst , and made them available across the internet. Garafano received a prison sentence, three years of supervised release and 60 hours of community service. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.