Actress Bella Thorne posted topless photos of herself on Twitter Saturday that she said a hacker threatened to release, NBC News reports. Thorne, 21, tweeted screenshots of text messages that contained the topless photos, writing, "I'm putting this out because it's my decision."
She alleged a hacker sent her her own photos as well as photos of other celebrities. In a statement posted to her Twitter account, Thorne wrote that she was threatened for 24 hours with her "own nudes."
"I feel gross, I feel watched, I feel someone has taken something from me that I only wanted one special person to see," she wrote, adding that she was releasing the images to reclaim her power.
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Thorne is a former Disney Channel star who has also appeared in films, including "Blended" and "Assassination Nation."