Scarlett Johansson Naked Pictures Removed; FBI After Hackers

Scarlett Johansson toplessNaked pictures of Scarlett Johansson have recently surfaced online. Now, the FBI is reportedly after those who have hacked into the computer and/or cell phone files of various female celebrities.

In addition to Johansson – it isn't clear if the FBI is involved in her particular case – rumored hacker victims include Mila Kunis, Vanessa Hudgens, Jessica Alba, Christina Aguilera, Ali Larter, and Demi Lovato.

Johansson's naked photos have been removed from various sites after her attorney sent out “cease and desist” letters. The images show the 26-year-old actress topless and her bare behind. They were allegedly stolen from her cell phone.

Scarlett Johansson movies include Sofia Coppola's Academy Award-nominated Lost in Translation; Peter Webber's Girl with a Pearl Earring; Brian De Palma's The Black Dahlia; Christopher Nolan's The Prestige; Michael Bay's The Island; Jon Favreau's Iron Man 2; and the Woody Allen efforts Scoop, Match Point, and Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Johansson will next be seen in Cameron Crowe's We Bought a Zoo, opposite Matt Damon and Elle Fanning.

Last year, Johansson won a Tony for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play – a revival of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge.

Scarlett Johansson Naked Pictures Removed; FBI After Hackers © 2004–2018 Alt Film Guide and/or author(s).
Text NOT to be reproduced without prior written consent.

Leave a comment about 'Scarlett Johansson Naked Pictures Removed; FBI After Hackers'


Don't waste time and energy disagreeing with and/or being deeply offended by the presentation of factual information.

On the other hand, it's perfectly okay to disagree with and/or, if you're so inclined, to be deeply offended by the views & opinions (and/or likes & dislikes) found on this site. And to let us know about any omissions or, heaven forbid, errors.

Just bear in mind that *thoughtfulness* and *at least a modicum of sanity* are imperative.

In other words: Feel free to add something reasonable & coherent – AND fact-based – to the discussion.

Abusive/bigoted, trollish/inflammatory, baseless (spreading misinformation, whether intentionally or not), spammy, and/or just plain deranged comments will be zapped and offenders may be banned.

And finally, links found in comments will generally be deleted.

Most recent comments listed on top.

2 Comments to Scarlett Johansson Naked Pictures Removed; FBI After Hackers

  1. Mark

    Envy is a NASTY disease.

  2. Karin Goldis

    I knew this chick was a complete Hollywood loser when she went on about her devotion to Barack Obama but these photos only make it clear what a pathetic loser she really is. Apparently this attention whore doesn't spend enough time in front of cameras and get enough attention for it taking nudes of herself with a phone.