Actress and model Emily Ratajkowski is at the centre of a nude photo scandal once again.
Private photos of the 25-year-old have been hacked from iCloud, and sent to a columnist for publication, according to reports.
Wayne Rooney prostitute Helen Wood informed followers that a man had sent her a link to nearly 200 images of a naked Emily, in the hope they would be published in her Daily Star column.
"Last week, I was pondering along through life, when I received a DM on Twitter. No idea who this guy was, but had a peek all the same out of curiosity," she wrote.
"Turns out, it was a link to Emily Ratajkowski's iCloud pictures. This clown had inboxed me and asked that I release the full set of naked images in my column.
"To be clear, this wasn't footage of a randy star salivating at the mouth wanging their bits about while fishing for a random on Skype for a sex sesh. This was private stuff, sent between two people," she continued, choosing not to give the photos any air time.
This isn't the first time Emily has been at the centre of a nude photo scandal.
The model, who shot to fame after starring in Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines music video in 2013, willingly took part in a photo shoot in 2012 with photographer Jonathan Leder at his home in Woodstock, N.Y., according to Page Six, and he published a series of pictures from the shoot as part of a limited-edition photo book in 2015.
Emily never gave the photographer her permission to release the photos, and in a series of tweets unleashed last December, the star blasted Leder for crossing her personal boundaries.
“I’ve been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity. But I’ve had enough,” she wrote on the social media platform.
“This book and the images within them are a violation.”
Emily is known for posting nude images of herself to her social media accounts, but she does so consciously.
Be has reached out to Emily's representatives for comment.