- Munn, Hendricks deny leaked nude photos are real
- Semi-nude and naked pics surfaced on internet over weekend
- Actresses join ranks of celebrities involved in phone hacking
OLIVIA Munn and Christina Hendricks have denied that nude pictures that were splashed across the internet belonged to them.
While both actresses’ mobile phones appear to have been hacked recently, both stars say that the raciest images in the leaks are fakes.
A photo spread of Munn, 31, was the first to leak on Sunday. The first photos show the comedienne in suggestive poses but nothing that was shockingly revealing.
However, there are several more graphic images in the set. In one, a woman poses in a garter belt, her hand shielding her chest. In another, she shows off her posterior. In a third, she is completely naked. However, these three images do not reveal the subject’s face.
Sources close to Munn told TMZ that while many of the shots in the leak are real, they had appeared on Munn’s blog and Twitter account. The sources say that the nude photos, without Munn’s face, are fakes.
The photos of Hendricks also made their way online on Sunday. In the set of four images, three of the photos show the Mad Men star in sexy but far from pornographic poses.
Like with Munn, a fourth image in the batch is faceless. It shows a close-up of a woman’s breasts, as she pulls down her dress to reveal her nipples.
The 36-year-old’s rep said that the headless image is not Hendricks at all.
“Christina’s phone was in fact hacked and photos were stolen,” the redhead’s rep revealed.
“The proper authorities have been contacted in hopes of rectifying this situation. The topless image is fake and not an image of Christina.”