Jennifer Lawrence has requested that the authorities launch an investigation into who stole and posted nude photos of her. The Oscar-winning actress was one of dozens of famous women targeted in what TMZ called a “massive celebrity hacking campaign.” The Sunday morning posting included alleged images of Kate Upton, Krysten Ritter, and Kirsten Dunst. Lawrence's rep said the leaked photos are a “flagrant violation of privacy” and warned that the authorities “will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos.” There are concerns that the leaked photos are the result of a breach in Apple's iCloud and Photo Stream feature, but this has not been confirmed. Many of the nude images do appear to have been taken on Apple devices. Some of the celebrities named in the leaked photos have already denied that the images are really of them, including Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice. Others, including Mary Elizabeth Winstead, have confirmed they are real.
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