Just when we thought the nude scandal is about to fizzle out, another popular WWE Superstar is rumored to have fallen victim to the mass iCloud hacking. While many of the names that we’ve seen online have proved to be nothing more than a rumor, WWE Hall of Famer Sunny claims she received a provocative photo of “a very popular Diva” recently. She did not name the victim, although she clarified it’s not Paige whose sex tape was leaked last week.
“Very upset right now. I just got a text message from a random number (area code is PA) and they sent me a picture of a very popular WWE diva topless in a very provocative pose,” Sunny, whose real name is Tammy Sytch, wrote on Facebook. “I know for a fact that she has never done any nude photo shoots. This was a private photo. I texted her and she said her iCloud was hacked.”
The 44-year-old expressed her frustration to the scheme, adding the victim “is an amazing person” and someone she’s proud to call her friend. “People deserve their privacy,” she added, per ComicBook. “Just because we are celebrities does not give any of you the right to invade our personal lives!!!!”
There isn’t much known about the leak yet, save from Sunny’s statement. However, she confirmed the nude photo she received wasn’t edited. Sunny urged the fans not to give names, reiterating she would not confirm nor deny any of them.
The Fappening 2.0: WWE Superstars
The unnamed victim is the third female wrestler to have her private photos uploaded online without her consent. As previously reported, Paige and Kaitlyn were the first ones to be caught on the humiliating scheme when their explicit photos and videos surfaced last week. The former confirmed on Twitter that the images and sex tape were indeed hers, noting they were shared publicly without her consent. We’ve heard nothing from her since the confirmation.
As for Kaitlyn, the retired wrestler has not yet addressed the issue to date. There were other wrestlers linked to the scandal as well, including Maria Kanellis and Summer Rae, but the latter denied her involvement.
The mass hacking dubbed “The Fappening 2.0” started a few weeks ago with stolen intimate pictures of Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried. They were later joined by Katie Cassidy, Dylan Penn, Rose McGowan, Analeigh Tipton, and Demi Lovato. Some of the victims already launched legal actions over the leaked images while others have yet to comment on the matter.
Apple users have since been urged to use the 2-factor authentication on their iCloud account and change their password into a long and unique one to prevent hackers from accessing personal files. Check out the step-by-step procedure here.