(Image source: iVillage)

BY BRICE SANDER

Nothing says “you’ve made it” in Hollywood quite like a nude photo scandal.

“Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens, Blake Lively, Scarlett Johansson and now Christina Hendricks? ... Hollywood, watch your back - you’ve been hacked.” (Video: CelebTV)

“Mad Men” actress Christina Hendricks and TV personality Olivia Munn are the latest Hollywood stars to have their phones hacked, with private pictures popping up online. These are just the safe-for-work ones. (Images: Crushable)

But while a topless photo of each star came with each hacked photo set, neither pic featured a face. A rep for Munn denies the nudie pics are legit, and TMZ seems torn on what to believe.

“... according to sources, the ones where you can't see her face are 100% fake ... including the nude shot. We're told someone with a similar body to Olivia is taking provocative photos and trying to pass them off as the real thing -- why ... we have no idea.”

Buzz60 is also skeptical after Hendrick’s rep confirmed her client’s phone was hacked, and that the pictures are real -- well … except for the anonymous topless shot.

MAUREEN ALADIN: “If people are obsessed with taking naked pics of themselves, OK. Go ahead. Knock your socks off. But try using this … and then storing it in a safe place ... Unless, of course, you want the world to see.”

A blogger for The Stir doesn’t buy it either, pointing out the flaws in Hendrick’ rep’s statement.

“Why on earth would he deny that the person pictured in the photo was Christina, but then go ahead and put it out there that similar photos of her do exist, and may have been leaked after her phone was hacked? The whole thing just doesn't make any sense.”

Backing up Munn’s claim is the fact that most of the so-called “leaked pictures” actually came from previous posts on her Twitter and Facebook. She took to Twitter to further deny phone-hacking took place.

Writing, “If you ever hacked my phone, these are pictures you’d find...” with a picture of a chubby baby and a cat reading a book attached.

Movieline says one thing makes Munn’s denial a little more believable than Hendrick’s -- her alleged leaks were covered in dirty text that, the site says, couldn’t have been added on a phone.

“Olivia Munn and her alleged naughty lingerie photos [are] notable only because of the instances of extremely cheesy dirty talk Photoshopped onto them … Would former G4 hostess Munn take the time to Photoshop whilst sexting? Who knows, but wouldn't that be kind of awesomely nerdy of her if she did?”

And Gawker -- with its standard snark-- turned that dirty talk into an Internet meme -- putting Munn’s alleged text over random stock photos.

'Mad Men' Actress, Olivia Munn Deny Nude Pics Are Genuine

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Mar 6, 2012

'Mad Men' Actress, Olivia Munn Deny Nude Pics Are Genuine

(Image source: iVillage)

BY BRICE SANDER

Nothing says “you’ve made it” in Hollywood quite like a nude photo scandal.

“Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens, Blake Lively, Scarlett Johansson and now Christina Hendricks? ... Hollywood, watch your back - you’ve been hacked.” (Video: CelebTV)

“Mad Men” actress Christina Hendricks and TV personality Olivia Munn are the latest Hollywood stars to have their phones hacked, with private pictures popping up online. These are just the safe-for-work ones. (Images: Crushable)

But while a topless photo of each star came with each hacked photo set, neither pic featured a face. A rep for Munn denies the nudie pics are legit, and TMZ seems torn on what to believe.

“... according to sources, the ones where you can't see her face are 100% fake ... including the nude shot. We're told someone with a similar body to Olivia is taking provocative photos and trying to pass them off as the real thing -- why ... we have no idea.”

Buzz60 is also skeptical after Hendrick’s rep confirmed her client’s phone was hacked, and that the pictures are real -- well … except for the anonymous topless shot.

MAUREEN ALADIN: “If people are obsessed with taking naked pics of themselves, OK. Go ahead. Knock your socks off. But try using this … and then storing it in a safe place ... Unless, of course, you want the world to see.”

A blogger for The Stir doesn’t buy it either, pointing out the flaws in Hendrick’ rep’s statement.

“Why on earth would he deny that the person pictured in the photo was Christina, but then go ahead and put it out there that similar photos of her do exist, and may have been leaked after her phone was hacked? The whole thing just doesn't make any sense.”

Backing up Munn’s claim is the fact that most of the so-called “leaked pictures” actually came from previous posts on her Twitter and Facebook. She took to Twitter to further deny phone-hacking took place.

Writing, “If you ever hacked my phone, these are pictures you’d find...” with a picture of a chubby baby and a cat reading a book attached.

Movieline says one thing makes Munn’s denial a little more believable than Hendrick’s -- her alleged leaks were covered in dirty text that, the site says, couldn’t have been added on a phone.

“Olivia Munn and her alleged naughty lingerie photos [are] notable only because of the instances of extremely cheesy dirty talk Photoshopped onto them … Would former G4 hostess Munn take the time to Photoshop whilst sexting? Who knows, but wouldn't that be kind of awesomely nerdy of her if she did?”

And Gawker -- with its standard snark-- turned that dirty talk into an Internet meme -- putting Munn’s alleged text over random stock photos.

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