Stolen n*aked pictures of Lawrence that were posted online have been removed from Google search listings.lock;width:300px;height:250px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-4867789218042049" data-ad-slot="1997749412">
The images, released during ongoing celebrity photo leak scandal regrettably known as the Fappening’, were taken down after her lawyers Mitchell Silberberg and Knupp lodged a claim on the basis that it infringed her copyright as the owner of the pictures.
However, the site reportedly then changed its domain, forcing the lawyers to submit a further claim.
Jennifer Lawrence was the first in a long line of well-known names to have had their privacy invaded by the online hackers, who are thought to have exploited a loophole in Apple iCloud’s security system. Other victims include Winona Ryder, Kim Kardashian,and Gabrielle Union. Their pictures were posted to message boards such as 4chan and reddit.