As of today, Scarlett Johansson has a much bigger issue on her hands than not being in enough fight scenes in The Avengers. It is being reported that several nude photos of her have hit the internet (I’m not going to link to them — you can’t make me, etc etc), but whether or not they are authentic remains unclear. TMZ claims they’ve spoken with a source close to Johansson, and who revealed that she plans to contact the FBI this morning because she believes the release of the photos is “a criminal act.” (That kinda seems to confirm that the photos are real, does it not?)
Back in March, TMZ published a list of celebrities who hackers had stolen “compromising pictures” from, and some of the victims of the scheme included Vanessa Hudgens, Ali Larter, Busy Phillips, Miley Cyrus, Emma Caulfield, Addison Timlin, Renee Olstead, and of course, Scarlett Johansson. Hudgens was the second one on the list have her photos released (the first was Olstead) and on March 17th, 2011 (the day after she learned she was hacked), Hudgens was seen meeting with the FBI in Century City, CA. Two days later, Radar Online stated the blogger who the FBI believed was responsible for collaborating with the hackers “went underground,” shut down his site and deleted his social networking pages.
Pretty sure he’s back now, though.