EMILY Ratajkowski has allegedly fallen victim to online hacking again after naked images of the model were said to have been put up for sale.
UK columnist Helen Woods claims she was sent more than 200 private images of the 25-year-old in the hope she would include them in her Daily Star column.
If true, it would be the second time Emily has fallen victim — with the star first having her account compromised in 2015.
“Last week … I received a DM on Twitter,” Woods tweeted.
“No idea who this guy was, but had a peek all the same out of curiosity. Turns out, it was a link to Emily Ratajkowski’s iCloud pictures.
“This clown inboxes me and asked that I release the full set of naked images in my column.”
Woods continued: “This was private stuff, sent between two people.”
Ratajkowski has so far not commented on the reports.
The model spoke out about the first time she fell victim to the hackers in late 2015.
She told GQ magazine: “A lot of people who were victims of that said anyone who looks at these pictures should feel guilty, but I just don’t think that’s fair”.
“I think once it’s out there, it’s out there, and I’m not sure that anyone who Googles it is necessarily a criminal. I think the people that stole the photos are.”