Jenny McCarthy Victim of Nude Photo Leak, Taken Before Donnie Wahlberg Relationship: Report

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Jenny McCarthy is reportedly the latest female celebrity to fall victim to a nude photo leak on Tuesday, Sept. 23 Cindy Ord/Getty Images

UPDATE: McCarthy's rep tells Us: "Certain photos claiming to be hacked photos of Jenny McCarthy and posted to various websites are not McCarthy at all, but someone else, including the most explicit nude photos. Other photos are stills from a comedy skit from her TV special, Dirty, Sexy, Funny.  A small number of photos are of McCarthy that were stolen from her hacked phone account."

The statement continues: "McCarthy’s representatives are reporting the theft to the FBI and contacting all websites posting the photos to demand the immediate removal of all personal and private photos of her, including nude photos."

Original Story: Donnie Walberg won't be happy about this. Jenny McCarthy is reportedly the latest female celebrity to fall victim to a nude photo leak. Racy snapshots of the former View co-host were posted on sites including Reddit and 4chan (the same platforms used in previous nude scandals) on Tuesday, Sept. 23.

According to reports, McCarthy's selfies appear to have been taken with an unidentified man and prior to her relationship with New Kids on the Block singer Wahlberg, whom she wed late last month.

Neither McCarthy, 41, nor the Blue Bloods actor have yet to comment on the situation, but actress Meagan Good — whose nude pictures were also leaked online this week — spoke up over the weekend. "I'm definitely in shock," the Think Like a Man star wrote via Instagram on Sunday, Sept. 21. "Saddened for everyone who is experiencing this. But I choose not to give the persons responsible my power."

Like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and many more before her, Good's account was hacked over the weekend along with Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, Lake Bell, Hope Solo, and Amber Heard, who reportedly had a staggering 50 photos revealed to the public.

"(The FBI) will mostly likely catch them, because they're relatively easy to catch and many have already been caught," Philip Lieberman, CEO of Lieberman Software, recently said in a statement, via the Detroit Free Press. (Lieberman's software builds cyber defenses and helps with security issues for the government and other corporations.)

"There will be a perp walk, because they want to send a message," he continued. "And the celebrities will have their indignant outrage and publicity they could never have paid for."

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