Blaming girls for taking the photo in the first place? Is sick and honestly disgusting. I as a women [sic] should be so scared walking around my home, being on my phone, doing anything?
When the hacker threatened Thorne, he took away her right to choose whether the photos go public. We live in a disgusting world where nothing is private because of technology. Everything on your phone or computer could become public because of hackers.
Bella Thorne is alleging TV network Freeform called her ugly before it canceled her series 'Famous in Love' after two seasons. Thorne claims that Freeform viewed her as 'uncontrollable and crazy. Bella Thorne broke down on social media while talking to her fans.
By Peggy Drexler. The opinions expressed in this commentary are hers. View more opinion on CNN. CNN What happens in the cloud doesn't necessarily stay in the cloud — a lesson that actress Bella Thorne has learned the hard way.
Bella Thorne broke down in tears after Whoopi Goldberg slammed her for sending naked pictures to her rapper boyfriend. Former Disney child star Bella 21, posted topless photos of herself to social media, telling fans she wanted to "take the power back" after she was threatened by hackers. However, the year-old Sister Act star hit back and insisted Bella should have known to just not "take nude pictures of yourself" as a celebrity.
Earlier this week, Bella Thorne took a brave stance to regain power after a traumatising case of sex abuse. Blackmailed by a hacker who had stolen private nude pictures from her phone, Bella chose to release the pictures herself, relinquishing any power the sex criminal had over her stating 'you don't get to take yet another thing from me'. The logic is baffling, and Bella herself has compared it to blaming women when they are raped by contributing to a culture where women are the ones held accountable for sex crimes.
Bella Thorne said she took her power back when she posted nude photos to Twitter before a hacker who was threatening to leak them could act, but now the actress is defending herself against critics who say she shouldn't have even taken the nude photos to begin with. In her Instagram Story, Thorne tearfully stood up for herself after Whoopi Goldberg said on The View that no celebrity should even take nude photos because of the risk of hackers. If celebrities do take or send nude photos, Whoopi said they shouldn't be surprised if they get hacked and their private photos are made public.
Bella was recently threatened by a hacker who got ahold of her nude photos and videos. Instead of letting it spread without her consent, she posted it herself to get her power back. In a segment on The View, Whoopi said that celebrities like Bella shouldn't be taking nude photos.
Bella Thorne has called out Whoopi Goldberg for her reaction to the actor leaking her own nude photographs online. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
Bella Thorne is firing back at Whoopi Goldberg after she seemingly shamed Bella for having nude photos on her phone, on the cloud, or anywhere. In a series of super emotional posts Tuesday, Bella tearfully blasted Whoopi Bella said Whoopi's comment only inflames a painful situation. She also suggested Whoopi's lack of sympathy toward young people who get exposed this way is part of the reason people commit suicide after their nudes are leaked.