Bella Thorne shares nude photos on Twitter after a hacker threatened to release them.

Bella Thorne shared nude photos of herself on Saturday after she said a hacker threatened her with them.

"For the last 24 hours they have threatened to undress me," the 21-year-old actress, model, and singer wrote in a note posted on Twitter along with screenshots of text message conversations with the alleged hacker, who said the photos and the videos his.
"I feel disgusting," he added. "I feel watched, I feel that someone has taken something from me that I just wanted a special person to see."
Thorne said he was throwing the photos because "it's MY DECISION" and "DO NOT LEAVE TOGETHER NOW".
"I can sleep tonight better knowing that I regained my power," Thorne wrote. "You can not control my life, you never will."
CNN called the alleged hacker's phone number, which appeared in the screenshots, but received no response.
It was just last year that Thorne revealed that she was physically and sexually abused as a child.
She is the latest celebrity to be violated her privacy as a result of piracy. Several years ago, many famous women, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Aubrey Plaza, and Kate Upton, had their private photos hacked and shared online.
"Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean I asked for this," Lawrence told Vanity Fair at the time his photos were shared. "It does not mean that it comes with the territory, it's my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it's not my choice is absolutely unpleasant."