Christina Hendricks Says Topless Photo Isn't Real

Earlier today, racy photos of Christina Hendricks started appearing on the Internet. They featured the actress in various outfits and poses, but not surprisingly, the one that showed her nipples aroused the most interest. Because it was the only picture that was from the neck down, many observers wondered if it might be a fake. Well, after hours of speculating, we’ve been given an answer.

Apparently, the Mad Men star’s phone was hacked, and all of the photographs are of her except the one with exposed nipples. The actress’ rep told E! News the most revealing shot is definitely a fake. Nonetheless, the police have still been informed of the breach to her privacy, and an investigation has been launched to try and find the hacker that infiltrated her phone.

In addition to Hendricks’ snapshots, candids of Olivia Munn also made the rounds today. They too included a wide assortment of scantily-clad shots featuring the actress’ face and one entirely naked one from the neck down. Munn’s people have not responded to the hoopla, but it’s entirely possible if her phone was hacked, authorities might be looking for the same person.

The contents of someone’s phone and email should be their private property, but today’s leaks coupled with Scarlett Johansson’s recent dilemma are evidence of just how public those contents can sometimes become. We’ll keep you updated if authorities have any luck tracking down the perpetrator or if Munn releases an official statement.

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