Alex Jones denies she's been a victim of a photo leak

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From Digital Spy

The One Show's Alex Jones has confirmed she has not been the victim of a topless photo leak, and that any images purported to be of her are completely fake.

Alex was alleged to have been targeted by hackers, but her spokesperson has since confirmed to The Sun that any images are not of her.

"Alex is unconcerned as the images are not her," they said in a statement.

A number of celebrities have been involved in a recent photo leak, including the likes of Demi Lovato and Emma Watson.

Both Demi and Emma have responded to the leaks, with Demi hitting out at reports that she is said to be 'nude' in the images.

"I love how everyone's freaking out about one picture. It's not nude and it's just cleavage," she wrote in a message on Twitter.

Emma's spokesperson also hit back against the leak, admitting that although personal photos had been stolen, they were not "nude photographs".

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In a statement to BBC News, Watson's spokesperson said: "Photos from a clothes fitting Emma had with a stylist a couple of years ago have been stolen.

"They are not nude photographs. Lawyers have been instructed and we are not commenting further."

Sadly, the theft and distribution of celebrities' private and intimate photos is a common problem in Hollywood. After a large-scale leak in 2014, stars including Jennifer Lawrence, Kaley Cuoco and Kate Upton saw their personal accounts hacked and personal images stolen.

The man responsible for the leak was sentenced to prison for nine months earlier this year, and was forced to pay $5,700 (£4,529) in restitution fees to an undisclosed victim who sought counselling services after their photos were distributed online.

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