Mary Elizabeth Winstead Pictures From Hacked iPhone. Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead was also exposed online. The 29-year-old then deleted the explicit images from her personal electronic device. She thought they were gone. But, the "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" star has found those private pictures splashed across the Internet for the world to see in the biggest celebrity hacking scandals ever. Winstead's iCloud account, which is the service used to back up data from an iPhone or iPad in case the device is lost, was hacked by a hacker targeting her. In the hours after the pictures were posted online, Winstead took to Twitter and confirmed the authenticity of the images when she criticized both the hackers and individuals viewing her pictures: "To those of you looking at photos I took with my husband years ago in the privacy of our home, hope you feel great about yourselves," the star tweeted Sunday night. In another post, she added, "Knowing those photos were deleted long ago, I can only image the creepy effort that went into this… Feeling for everyone who got hacked."
Winstead's claim that she had long since deleted the images from her personal electronic device adds credit to the theory that the images were taken from a cloud-based back-up service rather than directly from her device. Her pictures were stolen after hackers found a security flaw in the login system of Apple's iCloud storage service. Winstead is just one of many celebrities to have been exposed. photos of Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst, Krysten Ritter, Hope Solo, Teresa Palmer, Jessica Brown Findlay, Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice and Yvonne Strahovski have allegedly been uploaded on the Internet without their permission. Nickelodeon actresses Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice have both claimed the pictures depicting them are fake. Meanwhile, Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst, Jessica Brown Findlay and Mary Elizabeth Winstead have inferred, through their respective representatives, that the pictures of them are legitimate. Click on pictures to enlarge.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead (born November 28, 1984 in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, U. S. A.) is an American actress and recording artist. Winstead is known for her scream queen roles in the horror films: Final Destination 3, Black Christmas, Death Proof, The Thing, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but has also branched out to other genres, including as John McClane's daughter Lucy in Live Free or Die Hard and A Good Day to Die Hard, Ramona Flowers in the comic-to-film adaptation of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and as an alcoholic who struggles through sobriety in the Sundance-selected drama Smashed. Her singing career started in 2013, with her formation of the music duo Got a Girl with Dan the Automator.