Female UFC Fighters Feared As Latest Victims Of Picture Leaks Online

Four UFC fighters are believed to be the latest victims of hackers as naked pictures of them in various 'bathroom shots' have found their way to the internet.

Raquel Pennington, Tecia Torres, Jessamyn Duke and Angela Magana are all thought to have had their nude pictures put across the web.

The alleged leaks range from nuke selfies in bathrooms and toilets to naked pictures taken by others and not to be seen by the outside world.

Raquel Pennington. Credit: Instagram

It comes as a growing list of celebrities have had their nude shots put online - which are then ultimately shared across social media.

28-year-old Pennington, 28, is an American UFC star who fights in the bantamweight division and has won nine of her 14 fights.

She is dating 27-year-old Torres who has only lost one of her nine professional fights and it is thought that both have been caught up in this round of hacking.

Magana, 33, took to Twitter to suggest that she had been involved in the scandal. She used the hashtag #maganagonnagetyou - implying she won't take this one lightly.


Meanwhile, Duke appears to be the worst affected by the actions, with dozens of pictures of her online. The former UFC fighter now competes in the Invictus Fighting Championships.

Back in March, the Harry Potter actress, Emma Watson, also had some of her private images leaked onto the dark web.

Her publicist confirmed that there was a leak of some sensitive photos but insisted that none of the photos were of Watson naked.

Revenge porn - the distribution of private sexual images of someone without their consent - here in the UK, can be prosecuted with a maximum sentence of two years in prison for those found guilty.

In its first year over 200 people were charged with such an offence by the Crown Prosecution Service.

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