Several celebrities had their iPhones hacked including Kate Upton who’s nude pics have leaked online! I’ve seen pretty much all of her photos and they are just as good as you would’ve thought. The photos are aggressively being taken down and I’m not looking to be sued so I’ve decided not to post them but you can head over to THIS PAGE AT REDDIT where most of the nudes are being linked.
UPDATE: Kate Upton’s lawyer made the following statement to TMZ regarding the leak; “obviously and outrageous violation, We intend to pursue anyone disseminating or duplicating these illegally obtained images to the fullest extent possible.” – I’d say that confirms they are 100% real
UPDATE: Found another link for the Kate Upton nudes LINK
September 3rd, 2014
35 Responses to “Kate Upton’s Phone Hacked!! NUDES LEAK!! UPDATED!”
Kates Boobs are glorious. Lake Bell and Kelly Brook pics should be interesting aswell, if we get to see them.
Maybe I’m a bit of a hyprocite: I feel sorry for the hacked girls but I really like seeing them naked.
As a human I feel bad for these women, their privacy has been taken advantage of.
I feel less bad for Kate Upton, however. It is not because I have no soul but she has used those gigantic boobs to get famous and make millions, specifically her boobs. She has done so much teasing between the body paint, bikinis that are two sizes too small and wet t shirts!. She sexualized boobs up the wazoo without showing them full on, making lot of guys really chomping at the bit as to what they looked like ( due to her own flaunting of them) She had to have known she was taking a huge risk by photographing what everyone wants to see and then uploading it to a storage site (not keeping it at home on a lap top)
Kate Upton, her specifically , was playing with fire. Her whole deal is marketing her insane boobs, she created a commodity out of them.
So now they are out there for us to see. And they are amazing.
I literally feel bad about every other celebs photo that got hacked. I am fapping to Kate tho, my bad.
Completely disagree with you Steve… Clearly Kate Upton had a line she’d drawn, she wasn’t ready or willing to do nudity and that should be her choice, even if she’s ready to walk right up to that line. People hacking her photos are terrible and literally should go to jail for it… I will say now that they’re out there, it’s not a big deal if you or I or whoever else checks them out, but putting them out there to begin with is a huge violation.
You’re all wrong. Stealing someone’s identity is a crime. Stealing pics off of the internet is inevitable. These pics, while quasi private aren’t copyrighted. If these retards didnt want naked pics out there they shouldn’t put them insta-book or face page or any other bullshit social media drive. If you’re ready to take naked pics of yourself you’re ready to have people see them. As I fap I laugh bc these attention whores couldve been paid millions for them but now theyre out there for free. Glorious. Heres a tip to all aspiring media whores, dont store personal stuff on a computer network named the “world wide web” bc chances are that one of the 4 billion people with virtually free access to it will find a way to get your dirty little secrets. Lol. Fap. Lol. Fap. Fap
There are a gazillion pictures of women on the internet willingly posing for high-res images in every pose and situation I can imagine. I think I’ll pass on some grainy cell phone pics that were stolen from people who had a reasonable expectation of privacy. Have fun boosting your jerk sessions with your fetish for human misery, though.
I do have a soul as I do feel bad for them all (not bad enough to not fap to Upton tho)
but why can’t Upton have a brain? You are utilizing a device that is connected to the “world wide web” to take and store nudes photos of yourself. when all anybody wants to do is see you naked. this is literally the dumbest thing ever.
In theory, her breasts are her business asset. One would think she would be a bit more secure with them then to use a device, and I will say it again, that is connected to a WORLD WIDE WEB.
and also, really, its just fucking boobs, god. It’s not like we have a photo of kate with a giant load on her back or anything, that would be pretty low class for a top model to take…o wait.
so.. let me get this straight
everyone here is completely happy to look at photos of celebrities who have had wardrobe malfunctions, or secretly photographed topless/nude on a beach or the like
but because this stuff came from their cell phone – now suddenly you all have morals?
especially the guy up there saying that they werent ready to nudity etc etc, like come on, i dont think sofia vergara wanted the world to see her nipples but i dont see anyone kicking up a fuss about how immoral that is.
end of the day, dont sent nudes to people you cant trust, and dont store them online.
if anyone is to blame, it’s apple for not only leading people to believe that their cloud storage is safe but that they essentially forced it onto their consumers as well.
Hey if you didn’t want anyone on the internet to see it then you shouldn’t put it on a social media format that is easily intruded by someone with enough skill in utilizing hacking online accounts. It’s not like it’s something new, phones and accounts have been hacked many times in the past. To think it wouldn’t happen to her given her popularity is foolish. It was inevitable. She was in this case “very stupid”. Rights to privacy? She pretty much degraded them already given her reputation. However, there is a silver lining. At least she doesn’t have to be show about being naked or fearing someone will see her in the nude.
Firstly, ALL of you saying it’s their own fault for taking nude photos and doing WHATEVER THE FUCK THEY WANT with them is wrong, period.
They were intended for their own private use, and privacy should be expected. Arguing that “they should know better” is, as already mentioned, rape logic – nobody should “expect” to be violated, no matter what. They were hacked. That’s a violation. Blaming them is blaming the victim.
Bottom line: privacy should be expected; violation should not.
Having said that, I’m guilty of seeing the photos and enjoying them very much.
Kate’s boobs look even better than I expected, and that Verlander dude is one lucky fellow.
@Squall: We’re condemning the fact she was so careless about precious sexy material a lot of people want to see, not the fact she took them or made personal choices. Seriously, why not put it on a flash drive or something that cannot be accessed easily. We all know the perpetrators are at fault for doing this.
I do feel bad for these people, and I am conflicted about it. Part of me enjoys looking at boobs, the part feels slightly icky about it.
I think, why the celebrities are not to blame, they were naive. The Pamela Anderson sextape came out in about 1998, and there have been countless celebrity hacked photos before. They must have known that there are unscrupulous people out there who want to see this.
And I don’t think feminists calling men who view the pictures as ‘sex criminals’ is fair. We’re men, we like looking at naked women, so when the most beautiful women in the world are there, naked, to be looked at, you can’t expect us not to have a look. It’s not misogynistic to admire and appreciate a woman’s beauty, but the context is suspect.
I think you’re ALL missing the fact that it likely wasn’t her that was hacked but her boyfriend, Justin someone-or-other. That’s why in amongst the 400-odd pictures, there’s ones of his exes and others where you can see his dick.
In fact, none of the pics (of anyone, not just Upton) came from “hacked iphones” like Nik says, but from the icloud. In Justin’s case, his dropbox account was synced to the icloud, hence the other pictures.
So, she likely didn’t do anything beyond send her boyfriend some pictures.
It’s worth mentioning also that these celebs didn’t leak these photos, or have a partner they shared them with leak the photos. They literally got hacked. It’s just not cool. They don’t “deserve it” and we shouldn’t blame the victims.
Now, they don’t know who we are, or whether we look at the pictures or jerk off to the pictures or not. So I’m not calling anyone here a bad person, I looked at some of the photos too. Kate Upton’s breasts were great! The terrible people are the ones that hacked these people’s private accounts and made the photos public. Luckily for Jennifer Lawrence, the video of a guy cumming on her face hasn’t been released.
Fair point as well (although I don’t think the others above you meant the same), but I still disagree. Nobody expects to be in a car accident, yet it might happen. Sure, she’s more likely to have her photos leaked than the average person, but does that mean she should refrain from doing what pretty much every couple does nowadays because of that? It’s like refraining from driving because you might crash. Also, like Joe pointed out, the photos were hacked from her boyfriend’s iCloud account, which makes her even less culpable.
If you’re a celebrity, privacy is something you sacrifice for the fame and glamour. I’m not saying it’s right, but it works that way. We’re encouraged to be interested in celebrities, the way they live, they way they dress, the way they look. Females especially trade on their sexuality and looks. Therefore, when something authentic and scandalous happens, where you get to see these people for what they really are, that is the shitty side of being famous.
It’s fair to expect not to be hacked, but you have to protect yourself. Considering they live in a world where paparazzi are always trying to take pictures, and fans are asking for pictures, and the fact they are sharing personal information with millions of completely anonymous people on Twitter, I don’t understand why they wouldn’t be more careful. This has happened to so many celebrities before.
The hackers are scumbags, they are criminals, and they deserve to get punished. But this is public domain now, it’s out there, it’s a big moment. Expecting the public not to care or look is hypocritical of the celebrities involved. Fame is not something that you get on your terms.