Bella Thorne Fought Hacker By Posting Own Naked Pics Online

Uh-oh! Bella Thorne just posted her own nude photos on the internet after someone threatened to post her nudes if she didn’t do their requests.

Sharing the screenshots of the blackmails on Twitter, she included topless photos of herself too. She captioned, “Fuck u and the power u think u have over me, I’m gonna write about this in my next book.”

That’s so bold of Bella! There’s also a screenshot of the actress statement that she wrote on notes in regards of the hacked privacy invasion. “For the last 24 hours I have been threatened with my own nudes. I feel gross, I feel watched, I feel someone has taken something from me that I only wanted one special person to see.”

In her statement, she claims as well that the hacker has sent her nudes from other celebrities too. How horrible!

Bella is definitely putting out a strong message, that no one can take control over us if you don’t allow them to.

“I’m putting this out because it’s my decision now you don’t get to take yet another thing from me. I can sleep better tonight knowing I took my power back.” she said.

Even-though there were some who victim blamed Bella for the unfortunate incident, her fans had her back. They supported and applauded her for taking control.

Honestly, having nudes of yourself is a common thing to do. Why victim blame and shame? Someone invaded her privacy and yet, some still implies that she “deserved” it!

If you own one or two, maybe more… Here are some tips on how you can keep your sexy nudes from getting leaked online.

1. Watermark that nude 

The next time you send out a nude, watermark the photo with the receivers name. At least, if it does get out, you’ll know who exactly is the culprit!

2.  Keep your distinguished features out of shot

Oh yeah, cropping your face is one thing but also watch out for tattoos, necklaces, bracelets, birthmarks or anything at all that could easily indicate you as the person in the photo.This also includes home backdrop, as one may be able to identify your place. Go close up if you must and watch out for photo frames!

3. Use secret apps to hide the naked photos 

Some useful apps available on the Play/iOS store that you can try are:-

4. Lock your phone/account with super-strong passwords and never use the same for all platforms

That’s right. Don’t know why but some of us just have the tendency to use the same password for all platforms. Sometimes, even syncs them wit all devices. Don’t – have you watched the movie sex tape? Imagine your nudes get uploaded to iCloud and someone managed to access the account? NIGHTMARE.

Don’t forget to use the two-step authentication process too which will verify the logins with security codes.