Emma Watson Nude Pictures Site Was Hoax
Website threatening to publish pics revealed to be publicity stunt...
We're sure Emma Watson could have told us this in the first place, but the website threatening to reveal hacked naked photos of her has been revealed as a hoax.
Titled "emmayouarenext.com", it appears to have been set up by a group trying to shut down the 4chan website - where many of the hacked celeb images were first posted.
The countdown to the promised reveal of Emma's non-existent snaps has now been replaced with the name "Rantic Marketing" and a brief explanation of its aims.
It says: "Spread the word! Join us as we shut down 4chan and prevent more private pictures from being leaked. None of these women deserve this and together we can make a change."
And the site is clearly aiming high with its message, because a further page is addressed directly to the president of the US of A.
It reads: "Dear Barack Obama, we have been hired by celebrity publicists to bring this disgusting issue to attention. The recent 4chan celebrity nude leaks in past 2 months have been an invasion of privacy and is also clear indication that the internet NEEDS to be censored. Every Facebook like, share & Twitter mention will count as a social signature -- and will be step closer to shutting down www.4chan.org. Sincerely, Rantic.com."
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