News: Kreayshawn Breaks Silence On Leaked Underage Nude Pics
Tuesday, Nov 1, 2011 3:25PM
West Coast rap newcomer Kreayshawn has finally addressed making headlines last summer over her alleged underage nude photos leaking across the Internet.
According to Kreay, the man responsible for releasing the photos is now facing over a century behind bars.
"Yeah, definitely," Kreay said when asked if she felt more vulnerable about her personal life getting exposed publicly. "[It made me realize,] don't send your e-mail and phone numbers on Twitter and stuff like that. Be more secretive. But f*ck. What the f*ck are you going to do? But did you know, did you know the guy that did that to me, do you know how many years he's facing in jail? A hundred and twenty motherf*cking years because he didn't just do it to me, he did it to that f*cking hot chick -- [actress] Scarlett Johnsson -- he put out this country singer's medical information and he put out all of these movie scripts that ..." (The Daily Dot)
Kreay's pics began circulating online around late August.
Kreayshawn was reporting from the red carpet Sunday at MTV's Video Music Awards. And then she woke up Monday to a hacked Twitter account. On her blog, Kreayshawn posted, "My twitter got hacked today by some anti-hollywood extremists. They sent out wack a** tweets and promoted their odd message of anti-jew stuff and deleted my twitter.." (CBS News)
She also said the nude flicks were taken when she was a minor.
"Oh and they leaked out private photos of me while I was underage." The nude photos have been posted on SEVERAL websites -- and Kreayshawn's pissed ... saying, "Real nice guys! Spreading child-porno that's cute. VMA's was insane on top of that. Can I s**t man? I ain't even mad." (TMZ)
The alleged hacker, Christopher Chaney, is also accused of stalking a woman online.
The man charged with hacking into the email accounts of Christina Aguilera and Scarlett Johansson may have stalked a woman online for the past 12 years, according to an unsealed search warrant obtained by The Associated Press on Friday. The warrant served on a hard drive belonging to Christopher Chaney, 35, showed that the hard drive was used to conduct Internet searches as recently as last November for a Connecticut woman who had complained to police that Chaney had been chatting with her online since she was 13. (CBS News)
Check out Kreayshawn's interview below: