As Vanessa Hudgens looks to shed her tween star label, she's also seeking to distance herself from another, more unwanted notoriety. Hudgens, best known for her turn in Disney's three smash hit "High School Musical" films, and now starring in Zack Snyder's fantasy femme fatale film "Sucker Punch," spoke to the LA Times about her career and the nude photo scandal that has followed her for years. Private photos of Hudgens, posing nude, leaked out onto the internet in , causing a ruckus for the young star. A second leak occurred in , and this winter, more photos from the same set made their way to the public.
How scandalous! While we are yet to see any pics, if they exist Demi will join Vanessa Hudgens , Snooki, Miley Cyrus and many more sexy stars who bared all for the camera. Check out our gallery here! The collection I have show some nude, including face, some including parts of the body Demi is known for — tattoos, butt, chin. Well, she is hardly the first teen star or pop singer to have been caught out in a naked pic scandal!
Rumours abound that the hacking gang have been touting the risque photos and videos to websites, but might bragging about their online exploits have been their undoing? It seems too much of a coincidence to me to believe that these latest reports are not connected in some way to the German investigation that we wrote about late last year , where two hackers were accused of breaking into the accounts of over 50 pop stars, including Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson, and Justin Timberlake. Celebrities are only human well, some of them.. Just because they are in the public eye, however, does not give anybody the right to rummage through their private communications, steal foolishly stored naked pictures from their phones, or break into their computers.
When a naked picture of Vanessa Hudgens surfaced back in , there wasn't much public sympathy for the then-Disney Channel star. This was long before the massive celebrity nude photo hack of , and unlike those famous women, Vanessa wasn't perceived as a victim whose privacy had been grossly violated. The High School Musical star issued a heartfelt apology, and despite some initial backlash, didn't get the boot from the family-friendly Disney franchise.