Scarlett Johansson nude photos capture the FBI's attention
Scarlett Johansson is as red as her first name today after alleged naked photos of the actress were leaked onto the web.
Scarlett Johansson is not having the best day, thanks to some hackers who broke into her phone and stole some private nude photos.
The verdict? Johansson doesn't have anything to be upset about -- she looks amazing!
Yeah, yeah -- we know it's an incredible invasion of privacy. Johansson -- like many A-list celebrities -- are super private and doesn't want her bits splayed all over the web for people to drool over. She's so upset that she's enlisting the help of the big dogs -- the FBI.
These unscrupulous hackers have targeted 50 female celebrities, including Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens and Busy Phillipps. Why? For the fun of it.
"We're told 50 celebs had compromising photos and videos stolen by one group, and one of the ringleaders has his fingerprints on every job," TMZ wrote when the story first broke in March. "Our sources say the hackers' primary motivation is the thrill and challenge of it all -- not the money."
The gossip site also said the FBI sat down with Hudgens to find out how her information was accessed and that they were closing in on the group. Guess not, since Johansson's nude pictures were still accessed and leaked.
The FBI confirmed that they are looking into the incident.
"The FBI is aware of the alleged hacking incident and is looking into it," an FBI official told Fox News.
However, some, uh, avid ScarJo fans are questioning the validity of the pics.
"I spent more time than is probably healthy trying to figure out if these are legit. ... Call me skeptical but gifts like this don't just fall out of the sky. Then again, her iPhone was hacked in March with rumors of nude photos to be forthcoming," one female BuzzFeed poster commented.
We're pretty convinced it was her -- and the FBI involvement pretty much proves it.