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Charlotte McKinney falls victim to cyberbullying with nude pics

Charlotte McKinney did not share nude pics on Instagram.

McKinney is the latest celeb to fall victim to a hacking scandal. This, unfortunately, is also McKinney’s second time having to deal with this nonsense.

Late Wednesday night, several nude photos turned up on the bombshell’s Instagram account, showing a topless torso in one with thumbs covering the nipples. A second photo, which showed an apparently naked brunette eating a pizza on a couch was also posted. The photos were swiftly removed from her account. but the Carl’s Jr. spokeswoman is claiming that she didn’t post them in the first place. She says she is the victim of a cyber attack and her Instagram account has been hacked.

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On Thursday she posted, “To all my followers, I’ve once against become a victim of hacking.” She echoed our exact sentiments by continuing, “It’s disgusting people enjoy doing this to others,” and told her fans to disregard any messages that people may have gotten from her and thanked them for their support.
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The photos had questionable captions, such as, “I’m gonna be so damn hungover tomorrowww [sic],” and “Janet dared me to lmao. so frikkin drunk Rnn IDC [sic],” making it seem as if she had just gotten in from a night of drinking and decided to share some naked selfies. We aren’t buying it for a second. From the strange nature of the captions and the weird chick stuffing a pizza in her face, it truly appears as if her account was hacked.

As stated before, this is the second time McKinney has had to deal with photos being posted by someone other than herself. In April, several nude selfies, which are clearly McKinney as her face is visible, were posted to her account and quickly removed.

McKinney’s rep told TMZ, “Charlotte has once again become a victim of hacking. It is disgusting someone does this and hopefully laws will change to protect people from these cyber attacks.”

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