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It's not a good day for Kate Moss as it has been reported that nude photographs have been stolen from her online files.

Photographs that were commissioned by a professional photographer for her 2011 wedding to Jamie Hince, were lifted from her online computer files after breaches to her security.

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According to the Daily Star Sunday, the snaps were taken as she was getting ready for her star-studded nuptials.

A source told the publication: “Kate will be fuming about this. Even though she has now split with Jamie, this set of photos is still really close to her heart and they are very, very private.

“Kate is obviously no stranger to getting her clothes off for photo-shoots, but these images were different. Some were meant only to been seen by Jamie, and the rest were for close family and friends and have never been released.

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“It’s disgusting hackers can get away with this for the second time in four months. She is now looking into ways of increasing her online security.”

This isn't the first hacking scandal to surround the family, though.

Last year, Kate's sister Lottie Moss' online accounts were hacked. Private conversations and photos were leaked to the public in this incidence.



Last week, Pippa Middelton's iCloud was hacked with over 3000 photos taken from her personal accounts.

The photos included intimate snaps of her and her soon-to-be hubby James Matthews, as well as photos of her wedding dress for her impending nuptials.

But now, according to The Guardian, the princess's sister has been granted an injunction which will prevent any of the photos to be circulated.

Private photos of her fiance, her sister, and even Prince George and Princess Charlotte were offered to The Sun via an encrypted Whatsapp message. The hacker also asked for £50,000 within 48 hours.

The Sun alerted Pippa to the situation, to which her spokesperson said at the time: "Thank you very much for drawing this to the family's attention.

"I can confirm that not only have the lawyers been informed but the police are about to be involved as well."

According to the site, a 35-year-old man named Nathan Wyatt was arrested in connection to the breach. Scotland Yard confirmed that they made the arrest in Northamptonshire in the UK last Saturday.

Pippa's lawyer, Adam Wolanski, told the website: "There's no suggestion that these photos are in the public domain.

"The evidence points towards this being a flagrant and dishonest act that has caused the claimant considerable distress.

Nathan has now been released on bail and has been asked to return to a south-London police station in November for further enquiries.



In the latest cyer-bullying attack, Pippa Middleton's iPhone and laptop have been hacked.

Her iCloud account has been breached which means over 3000 photos and videos are now in a public domain.

It has been reported that the hacker, who goes by the name Cockney Hacker, offered photos to The Sun of Pippa's wedding dress, along with intimate photos with her soon-to-be hubby James Matthews.

Ms Middleton has turned the matter over to the police to be investigated.



It was a bad night for Kylie Jenner last night as her Twitter account was hacked.

However, the 18-year-old didn't seem to mind that much…

The flurry of tweets had an abundance of colourful language, yet the one that stood out the most to her 16 million followers was: "I love being so famous with no talent." Ouch.

The tweets were deleted nearly as fast as they went up, but that didn't stop eagle eyed fans taking screenshots of them.

Soon after the hack started, Kylie took to a different social media platform, Snapchat, to tell her fans that she didn't really care and that she's going to let the guy have his "fun."

One of the tweets was liked by @lolsw4y, the same user accused of hacking Katy Perry's account earlier this week.



Kanye West has long been a source of amusement to the internet thanks to some frankly hilarious things he has said and done in the past.

Now, he is being trolled hard as hackers have made it so that when you search loser.com in your internet browser, Kanye’s official Wikipedia page pops up.

It wasn’t too long ago that Kanye re-enacted his famous stage interruption stunt, jumping on stage when Beck was awarded album of the year. Although he has since apologised, it seems the world isn’t quite ready to forgive and forget.

Kanye also took the time to apologise to Bruno Mars, admitting that he used to hate on him. We're sure Bruno was very appreciative of your respect, Kanye. 

For now, at least, Kanye’s legacy lies in loser.com. We have to admit that we’re not sure he has anyone to blame but himself.