Leslie Jones' privacy has been violated in a horrific way.
The 48-year-old actress' website was hacked on Wednesday, revealing her personal identification, including pictures of her driver's license and passport. The hacker also apparently gained access to Jones' phone or iCloud, posting multiple nude photos of what appears to be the Ghostbusters star. Pictures of Jones with celebrities like Rihanna and Kim Kardashian West were also leaked.
The website has since been taken down. Jones has yet to respond.
The comedian has been outspoken about constantly facing vicious harassment from online trolls, including being bombarded by racist tweets and photos of gorillas. On Wednesday, the hacker put a video of Harambe -- the gorilla who was killed at the Cincinnati Zoo in May -- at the top of her website.
"Ok I have been called Apes, sent pics of their a**es, even got a pic with semen on my face," Jones tweeted in July, before taking a break from Twitter. "I'm tryin to figure out what human means. I'm out. I feel like I'm in a personal hell. I didn't do anything to deserve this."
But she made a triumphant return two days later after getting plenty of public support, including from celebs like Chrissy Teigen, her Ghostbusters director Paul Feig, and original Ghostbusters star Dan Aykroyd.
"It makes you go, 'Ah man, you know, I'm not going away,'" she told Seth Meyers about the outpouring of love from fans and celebs alike during her appearance on Late Night last month.
Jones' hilarious tweeting during the 2016 Summer Olympics even prompted NBC to fly her out to Rio to cover the games. She later stuck up for gymnast Gabby Douglas, after the 20-year-old gold medal winner also faced plenty of online hate about everything from her hair, to criticism about not placing her hand over her heart during the National Anthem of the U.S.
"Yo I just heard Gabby getting attacked on her page show her the love you showed me #LOVE4GABBYUSA send to @gabrielledoug," Jones tweeted.