Apple Is Investigating the Celeb Nude Leaks

Apple is investigating several iCloud account violations that may have resulted in hackers spreading leaked photos of naked female celebrities online.

"We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report," an Apple spokesperson told Recode.

Apple has not commented on how exactly hackers got their pathetic, pervy hands on the private photos of talented famous people like Jennifer Lawrence and Hope Solo, but the snot-gobbling basement dwellers who reposted the pictures like grossly violating the privacy of a celebrity could somehow erase the deep-rooted pettiness of their lives may have used a software program called iBrute to force their way into the celebrities' iCloud accounts. There is no definitive evidence that the hackers used iCloud, but Apple's confirmation that it is looking into the incident is a sign that an iCloud violation may have played a role.

No matter how they did it, the flaccid-dicked trashcans who spread the hacked photos around are now under Apple scrutiny. We've reached out to Apple for the latest information about the investigation and will update if we hear more.

[Recode]