Ariana Grande has slammed reports stating that nude photos of her had been stolen and posted online by a hacker, reiterating her statement that snaps being posted online are all fake.
The ‘Problem’ singer addressed the issue after being questioned by photographers, insisting that she “doesn’t take pictures like that”.
A video obtained by TMZ shows Ariana directly addressing the snaps.
"That's not my room, that's not my cat, that's not my belly button ring, that's not my hair, that's not my profile," she states.
When questioned on the whole scandal, which has claimed many celeb victims, Ariana shrugs, adding: Yeah, it is invasive, but at least it wasn't me.”
Ariana’s name was on a list of over 100 celebrities who have allegedly been hacked.
The list was shared online ahead of the publication of nude photos, stolen from stars including Jennifer Lawrence and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
‘Hunger Games’ star Jennifer has been the main victim of the cyber attack, and last week, more nude photos, allegedly showing the actress, were shared online.
The actress is yet to address the second set of alleged snaps, however she has been spotted out and about with her rumoured new boyfriend Chris Martin.