Hacked: A Strictly Come Dancing star has reportedly had their nude pictures leaked online

Strictly star has ‘nude pictures leaked online’ after X-rated snaps were stolen by hackers

Strictly Come Dancing star has ‘nude pictures leaked online after X-rated snaps were stolen by hackers’

  • The unnamed person allegedly had their x-rated snaps exposed after being targeted by internet hackers
  • According to The Daily Star, 11 images of the individual have been uploaded to a rogue website showing the TV favorite in a number of racy poses
  • The website even claims that the unnamed person had their photos stolen from their iCloud, which is an internet storage facility by Apple
  • It is not known who the individual is
  • Strictly Come Dancing representatives have declined to comment


A Strictly Come Dancing star has reportedly had their nude pictures leaked online.

The unnamed person allegedly had their x-rated snaps exposed after being targeted by internet hackers.

According to The Daily Star, 11 images of the individual have been uploaded to a rogue website showing the TV favorite in a number of racy poses.

Hacked: A Strictly Come Dancing star has reportedly had their nude pictures leaked online

Hacked: A Strictly Come Dancing star has reportedly had their nude pictures leaked online

The publication reports that some of the images, stolen from the star’s iCloud account, see the person completely naked, while in others they are wearing skimpy underwear.

The website even claims that the unnamed person had their photos stolen from their iCloud, which is an internet storage facility by Apple.

It is said that numerous people have already seen the photos, with the saucy snaps garnering several comments including ‘amazing buns’ and ‘very nice.’

The Daily Star further reports that the individual is said to be planning legal action against the website in a bid to prevent the images from being shared on other websites and social media platforms.

Shock: The unnamed person had their x-rated snaps exposed after being targeted by internet hackers

Shock: The unnamed person had their x-rated snaps exposed after being targeted by internet hackers

An industry insider told the publication: ‘Now the photos are in the public domain, this could escalate very quickly indeed.

‘People who spot them can easily keep copies and then share them. If the images end up on Twitter they could be seen by millions of people in just a few days. ‘

It is not known who the individual is.

Strictly Come Dancing representatives have declined to comment.

Elsewhere, in October last year, contestants were reportedly asked to contact their former partners over fears of leaked sexting pictures and videos.

Stars from the 2019 series of the hit BBC Show had been advised by bosses to take the measures so as to ‘safeguard themselves’ against anything ’embarrassing’, The Sun reported.

It is said that producers took time to brief the dancers about the ‘dangers’ of awkward and embarrassing images being shared online, with show bosses keen to fulfill their ‘duty of care’.

Private pictures: According to The Daily Star, 11 images of the individual have been uploaded to a rogue website showing the TV favorite in a number of racy poses

Private pictures: According to The Daily Star, 11 images of the individual have been uploaded to a rogue website showing the TV favorite in a number of racy poses

A source told the publication: ‘Obviously everyone has a history, and many of the celebs have probably done things in the past that they wouldn’t necessarily do now.

‘Sexting – the sending of saucy pics – is obviously a big deal right now, and very prevalent.’

They added that it wouldn’t take much for an individual to send a private video or text to someone, with the next thing seeing the photo ‘circulated and being’ leaked online. ‘

The insider continued: ‘Duty of care is foremost in production’s minds, so one of the things execs have told contestants is to safeguard themselves against anything potentially embarrassing.’

Speaking further about the warning, they added that friends, partners and exes have all be ‘asked for their discretion’ so as avoid anything ‘mortifying’ coming out of the woodwork during the 2019 series.

Stolen: An industry insider told the publication: 'Now the photos are in the public domain, this could escalate very quickly indeed'

Stolen: An industry insider told the publication: ‘Now the photos are in the public domain, this could escalate very quickly indeed’

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