Maisie Williams is the latest victim of shocking nude photo leak

Декабрь 8, 2016     Автор: Юлия Клюева
Maisie Williams is the latest victim of shocking nude photo leak


According to reports, annonymous hacker, has allegedly leaked personal photos of 19-year-old Game of Thrones star, Maisie Williams, to Reddit. 

The photos are believed to have been taken during Williams’ recent trip to Japan where she was working to push awareness around the poor treatment of dolphins. The actress’ rep has confirmed the photos are indeed hers:




Another one ———- (dj khaled reference)

Фото опубликовано Maisie Williams (@maisie_williams)



“The images online were shared from Maisie’s personal social media account. The images are not explicit in nature, but pictures of Maisie and close friends at a spa at a recent visit in Japan,” her rep told Page Six. 

The gross invasion of privacy comes approximately two years after the broad-spread hacking incident where nude photos of celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence and Kaley Cuoco were leaked from their personal cloud accounts. The man behind the 2014 celebrity hacking case, Ryan Collins, was recently sentenced to 18 months behind bars. Let’s hope the criminal behind Williams’ incident is found out, and fast.


While it is important to talk about the disgusting crime that has occurred here, the Nova team would like to shed a little more light on the impressive achievements of Maisie Williams and her admirable work in animal rights. 

The English actress, who is best known for her badass portrayal of Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, has been working with the Dolphin Project in an effort to end the hunting and capture of dolphins. Williams is pushing for fans to support the cause by boycotting dolphin shows. 




Take action. Click the link in my bio. Follow @dolphin_project #dontbuyaticket #takethepledge

Видео опубликовано Maisie Williams (@maisie_williams)



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