Demi Lovato has not yet commented on the images and their authenticity is not confirmed, but fans expressed concern about the mental health impact of the troubled singer.
Singer Demi Lovato may have been hacked, and supposedly photos of her naked appeared on her own Snapchat account.
On Thursday night, what appeared to be a series of nude photos of the singer (but, of course, could be ingeniously edited fakes) were posted on her Snapchat account with a link to a Discord chat room.
“Join this server of discord for my nudes,” said the initial message on Lovato’s Snapchat.
The message offered a sliding link up to the “The Chuckling Squad” account, asking fans to sign up for their Discord server to see more images.
The images, genuine or not, were quickly removed from Lovato’s Snapchat, however, inevitably, the versions of the images now circulate online, and the hacking is being reported by numerous major media outlets, including Daily Mail and Metro in the United Kingdom.
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A post loaded in Lovato SnapStory showed a completely naked brunette, who has more than a similar passenger with Lovato, standing in front of a closet and posing for a mirror selfie.
Another image shows a topless woman with a great resemblance to the singer pouting for the camera.
The text promised more photos and videos for anyone who followed the Discord link. Lovato fans rushed to express their concern about the impact images could have on Lovato’s mental well-being. Lovato has had addiction problems for some time and had a near-death experience due to an overdose in 2018.
On Wednesday, Lovato attended the funeral in Beverly Hills of a friend, Thomas Trussell III, who died of an overdose.
He published an image of a new tattoo he had made in his memory and a message of encouragement for people struggling with substance problems.