By Dailymail. Naked photographs of Demi Lovato were posted on her Snapchat account on Thursday night by hackers. Late on Thursday, users noticed that someone had taken over her account and teased 'nudes' by telling followers to sign up to a Discord server to access them. Discord is a chat app which bills itself as a similar product to Skype.
Demi Lovato’s alleged nudes leak as her Snapchat account is hacked
Demi Lovato's nude photos leak after her Snapchat is hacked - Los Angeles Times
Demi Lovato has been targeted in a Snapchat hack, resulting in nude photos— alleged to be of the singer—leaking online. Fans on social media noticed an odd message on Lovato's Snapchat account on Thursday evening reading: "Join this discord server for my nudes. The Blast reports that nude photographs purported to be of Lovato were posted on the Snapchat account. Fans on Twitter rallied around the singer Friday morning after several nude images—allegedly of Lovato—circulated on social media. The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer's fans, known as "Lovatics," showed support for the star, pointing to her difficult year. Last year, Lovato was rushed to hospital following a suspected drug overdose.
Demi Lovato Nude Photos Leaked After Snapchat Hack? Fans Rally Around Singer on Twitter
That was followed by several naked images — presumed to be of Lovato — that were posted to the account and remained live for less than an hour, according to the Inquisitr. The hacker teased to the existence of a sex tape, with access given to those who signed up. Of course, in internet time, an hour is like eternity, and as of Friday screengrabs of the photos were still popping up randomly on social media. When will the world stop breaking Demi down and just support her? Be human and respect!
Demi Lovato has been hacked on Snapchat , and nude photos of the singer were reportedly published to her account. The original post was followed by several nude images, which were presumed to be of Lovato. Other posts promised photos and videos for those who followed the Discord link, the Daily Beast reports.