If you ask us, it looks like the celebrity-focused offshoot of hacker group Anonymous, Hollywood Leaks, has been hard at work uncovering the finer details of celebrity skin.

Today's leak of nude photos of Scarlett Johansson (NSFW, and much classier shots than what you'd find in any celeb porn tape) has everyone asking if she's a victim of global hackery under the auspices of Anonymous and its baby, Hollywood Leaks.

Well, FBI-L.A. spokeswoman Ari Dekofsky gave the Weekly an answer today:

I can't confirm or deny that.

Anticlimactic, we know. But the FBI's official statement on the matter, issued out of its Los Angeles office, certainly points that way:

Scarlett.; Credit: buzzfeed.com

Scarlett.; Credit: buzzfeed.com

The FBI is investigating the person or group responsible for computer intrusions of high-profile figures but, due to it being an ongoing investigation, we are not at liberty to confirm specific victims or the number of victims.

The Johansson self-shot cellphone pics look like she's prepping to post some freaky personal ads or something. At least we now know what the Scarlett letter is: X.

TMZ reported today that Miley Cyrus, Jessica Alba, Demi Lovato, Ali Larter, Christina Aguilera and Vanessa Hudgens were also victims of this online hack. (No nude guys in Hollywood? Common, fair is fair — right ladies?).

We want to see the proof.


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