Demi Lovato is the latest celebrity victim of online hacking.
According to The Blast, nude photographs of the star were posted online after someone got into her Snapchat.
The private images were then shared to Lovato’s own account, with the profile reportedly directing users to “swipe up and join a private group” on “discord.”
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The pics have since been deleted by Lovato’s team.
Fans immediately showed their support for the musician after the news emerged online.
ET Canada has contacted Lovato’s rep for comment.
It’s been a tough few weeks for Lovato after she was forced to apologize after facing backlash over a recent decision to travel to Israel.
After returning to the U.S., she shared a number of things she experienced, including being baptized in the Jordan river and her somber visit to Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, in Jerusalem.
However, her posts faced a lot of heated criticism from many who accused the singer of promoting or supporting Israel amid the country’s long-standing conflict with Palestine, and insinuated that Lovato’s posts were meant to represent a political stance on the conflict.