'The Vampire Diaries' star Nina Dobrev's photo leak was part of the 4chan hacker's fourth wave of celebrity nude photo release.
Unlike previous victims of the massive iCloud leak, however, Dobrev's 147 photos didn't include any naked photos of the actress, putting her in the same somewhat fortunate situation as 'Pitch Perfect' star Anna Kendrick.
The photos which showed up on Reddit and 4Chan showed the TV actress partying with friends. Reportedly, the only seemingly risqué shots were of the 'Perks Of Being A Wallflower' actress licking a friend's breasts. She was also photographed holding on to her own clothed chest.
Dobrev's ex-boyfriend, Ian Somerhalder who plays Damon in the CW series, was not shown in any of the photos.
Interestingly, International Business Times notes that the release of Dobrev's photos coincided with 'The Vampire Diaries' season six premiere last Thursday.
Furthermore, the report also stated that Nina Dobrev was not included in the hacker's original masters list.
This raised questions of whether the hacker is still able to access celebrities' iCloud accounts. Has Apple not been able to contain the software breach?
Although Nina Dobrev's photo leak didn't contain graphic photos, other celebrities weren't so lucky.
According to Daily Mail, the newest batch included Winona Ryder, '90210' actress AnnaLynne McCord and Leonardo DiCaprio's ex, Erin Heatherton's illegal snaps. Nude shots of Hulk Hogan's son, Nick, were also part of the breach.
Hollywood attorney Marty Singer, who represents high-ranking celebrities, has sent a warning letter to Google regarding the removal of the photos of more than 100 actresses online.
"Google knows the images are hacked stolen property, private and confidential photo and videos unlawfully obtained and posted by pervert predators who are violating the victims' privacy rights," Singer said according to IBT's report. "Yet Google has taken little or no action to stop these outrageous violations."
Google responded to Singer's letter through USA Today, saying, "We've removed tens of thousands of pictures - within hours of the requests being made and we have closed hundreds of accounts."
"The Internet is used for many good things. Stealing people's private photos is not one of them," the company added.
Do you think more pictures will follow Nina Dobrev's photo leak? Who do you think is next?