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Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice is all in a tizzy this weekend because she claims that her cell phone was hacked and that is the reason a photo of her in a swimsuit spread all over the internet. The photo was not particularly sexy (it was a one piece that looked more like a bad 80's workout video) and I find it hard to believe that if her phone was hacked that there was only one photos leaked to the internet. Maybe she did it herself. It would not be the first time. I did not see a lot of lawyers involved or a bunch of cease and desist letters to sites that posted it. I understand a hack is a hack, I just find it skeptical that only one photo out of what must have been many was released and no others.
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