When actress Bella Thorne was recently threatened by a hacker after he allegedly stole her private photos, she decided to deal with it in a powerful way. Over the weekend, the actress posted a lengthy note online explaining how she has decided to take control of the situation. He has sent me multiple nude photos of other celebs, he won't stop with me or them, he'll just keep going. The actress, who is currently promoting her autobiographical book, The Life of a Wannabe Mogul: A Mental Disarray , also described how she spent the past 24 hours agonizing over the pictures. Ending it with a snappy caption, Thorne wrote: "Fuck u and the power u think you have over me. I'm gonna write about this in my next book.
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The forces of extortionist scumbaggery have had the rug pulled out from them yet again: last week, it was Radiohead, releasing 18 hours of music rather than pay up to whoever hacked it away. Too late — I did it myself. Thorne posted the images to Twitter on Saturday. I feel gross.
Yet her actions would likely have only been known within the circle of Bella fandom had Whoopi Goldberg not weighed in. And this is why we need to think carefully about the privilege that allows her to have the freedom to post naked pictures. She is now suing the school, meaning her story is public record.