Kirsten Dunst seems to be blaming her iPhone for the celebrity nude photo-hacking scandal that's hit Hollywood.
Dunst was among a lengthy list of female stars whose naked photos were leaked on the web. While other actresses, including Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence, seem to be taking aim at the actual hackers for this invasion of privacy, the 32-year-old sent out a Twitter message bashing Apple.
She wrote: "Thank you iCloud."
Thank you iCloud🍕💩— Kirsten Dunst (@kirstendunst) September 1, 2014
Other victims of the hacking-- besides Upton, Lawrence and Dunst-- include Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown, actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice. While Upton, Winstead and Lawrence have said the photos are real, Grande and Justice say the shots are fake.
Do you think the Apple iCloud is to blame?
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