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Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn appear to be victims of alleged phone hacking

Christina Hendricks. (Stuart Wilson/Getty Images)

Over the weekend, photos that purportedly show actresses Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn in various states of undress hit the Web.

Hendricks’s rep confirmed to TMZ that the “Mad Men” star’s cellphone was hacked and that some of the photos, including pictures of the actress in lingerie, are of her. But a topless photo that does not show a face in frame is not of the actress, according to the rep. Police have been notified about the alleged hacking, according to E!.

Munn’s rep has not commented on the alleged photos, most of which show a woman in lingerie. Sources told TMZ that a faceless, nude photo is not of the former “Daily Show” correspondent.

Apparently aware of the purported leak, Munn tweeted this photo of a baby and a cat:

If you ever hacked my phone, these are the pictures you’d find:…

— oliviamunn (@oliviamunn) March 5, 2012

It is unclear whether Christopher Chaney, the 35-year-old Florida man who was indicted for stealing photos from Scarlett Johannson, Mila Kunis and several other actresses, is in any way connected to these incidents. Chaney is facing 121 years in prison on charges of computer hacking, aggravated identity theft and illegal wire-tapping.


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