Kaley Cuoco Addresses Nude Photo Leaks With Topless Picture

Celebrity News Sep. 3, 2014 AT 10:30AM

Kaley Cuoco is poking fun at the celebrity nude photo leak that has been rocking the web this week. The Big Bang Theory actress jokingly censored her chest and her husband Ryan Sweeting's, ahem, privates in a beach photo via Instagram on Tuesday, Sept. 2.

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"What a fun day that was, frolicking with my hubs on the beaches of Mexico!" the 28-year-old captioned the "naked" picture. "Feels like we forgot something?"

The CBS star is just one of many A-listers that has been hacked this week. Others have included Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Lea Michele, Gabrielle Union, Hayden Panettiere, Hilary Duff, Mary-Kate Olsen, Selena Gomez, and Kirsten Dunst. Dunst sarcastically thanked iCloud via Twitter with emojis of a pizza slice and a pile of feces. (aka "piece of sh-t.")

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The FBI has launched an investigation and Apple recently denied that there's been a breach of security with its iCloud program.

Other celebrities have weighed in on the scandal — with one particular British comedian receiving backlash for his controversial tweet.

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"Celebrities make it harder for hackers to get nude pics of you from the computer by not putting nude pics of yourself on your computer," Ricky Gervais tweeted on Sept. 1. He quickly deleted his comment, adding, "Of course the hackers are 100% to blame but you can still makes jokes about it. Jokes don't portray your true serious feelings on a subject."

"It's more important to spend your energy trying to stop actual bad things than to run around trying to stop jokes about bad things," he continued. He also posted a picture of himself submerged under water in his bathtub. "Comedian in Hot Water," he wrote.

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Lena Dunham — who's voluntarily stripped down on her HBO series Girls several times — had a different take on the serious situation. 

"The 'don't take naked pics if you don't want them online' argument is the 'she was wearing a short skirt' of the web. Ugh," she wrote on Sept. 1. Despite other critics making fun of Lawrence's snapshots, the actress was one of many to defend the Hunger Games: Catching Fire star.

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