Man Pleads Guilty to Celebrity "Fappening" Hacks

Sam Biddle · 03/15/16 04:33PM

Ryan Collins of Pennsylvania will plead guilty to violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as part of the celebrity iCloud breach known as “The Fappening” or “Celebgate” by the brave men of Reddit and 4chan who masturbated throughout. He faces up to five years in prison.

Feds Seized Chicago Man's Computers in Celeb Nude Leak Investigation

Sam Biddle · 06/09/15 10:40AM

Last summer, stolen photos of dozens of famous women flooded the internet; eager pervs cheered it as “The Fappening,” a pornographic cataclysm without any clear cause or culprit. But even as the horny internet has (mostly) moved on, the feds have been working hard to identify the culprit or culprits—and they’ve narrowed in on the suspicious activity of at least one man.

J-Law's Ex Gets Awkward When Host Asks: Were Those Hacked Nudes for You?

Jay Hathaway · 10/10/14 10:04AM

Jennifer Lawrence's ex-boyfriend, Nicholas Hoult, just wants to promote his new movie and forget about his singing in About a Boy, and Fox 5's Good Day New York had to make it as awkward as possible. After cringing through "Killing Me Softly," Hoult fielded an unexpected question about J-Law's stolen nude photos—which were originally intended for him—as gracefully as he could.