The Mad Men star is just the latest target of hackers who broke into her cell phone and leaked personal photos. And she wasn't alone, photos that purport to show Olivia Munn also popped up on the Internet today. That said, not all the photos are legit.
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However, a recent opinion piece by the writer and designer Joe Peacock suggests that there is still some growing up to do - and it is going to have to be in public. Imagine: You meet a girl, and you get to talking. You talk about your jobs, your neighborhoods; you talk about your interests.
Actresses Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn both allegedly had their phones hacked over the weekendwith celebrity hackers posting leaked photos of the actresses topless and in provocative poses. Hendricks' rep has admitted that while the voluptuous woman baring her breasts in one photo was not Hendricks, the rest were in fact pictures taken from the star's phone. She doesn't know who hacked her phone -- but the proper authorities have been notified and an investigation is underway, the rep was quoted as saying by TMZ.
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But she was legitimately busy working on her new HBO series, Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom," -- not avoiding facing the music about her recent Internet scandal as some might think. Proof: She had the movie's director, Jay Chandrasekhar, read a letter out loud in her absence, while showing her own photo response to those alleged hacked cell phone pictures that surfaced earlier this week. Her letter to fans adorably humble bragged about all the good deeds she was doing while not sending lewd texts, ending with a note about the pictures obvious fake nature because of certain absent physical traits.
Folks, Olivia Munn is a bad person. She is the embodiment of appropriating nerd culture and using it for her gain. Fuck you and your dumb college catchphrase. Rock and roll, for example, has a long history of cultural appropriation as white bands would take African-American music such as the music of Muddy Waters and claim it as their own creation, erasing the contribution of the people who came before.
The beauty industry has its own version of fake news—fake makeup is becoming a big business issue. But the industry of fakes goes way beyond fancy leather handbags—beauty brands from Jergens to Jeffree Star are just as vulnerable to counterfeits. Last fall, Kylie Cosmetics wound up dealing with a major fakes issue.