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4chan nude photo scandal: Kaley Cuoco uploads 'topless' photo to Instagram

Kaley Cuoco deals with 4chan scandal by uploading her own "topless" photo
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The iCloud and 4chan celebrity nude photo scandal has affected several big name stars and each are dealing with it in their own way. Some have admitted that the photos are real while others deny it. "The Big Bang Theory" actress Kaley Cuoco decided that she would upload her own photo to Instagram according to a Wednesday report by Yahoo! News.

On Sept. 2, Kaley went to Instagram to post a photo of herself and her husband, Ryan Sweeting. The photo shows the couple at a beach and their private areas were blurred out. Even though her bikini straps can be seen, the actress made her point. Kaley Cuoco, 28, captioned the photo with,

"What a fun day that was, frolicking with my hubs on the beaches of Mexico! Feels like we forgot something?"

Making light of the situation gives the hacker less control. Dealing with it the way Kaley did also allows people to move on. If she isn't making a big deal out of it, then her critics will move on to someone else.

Other celebrities included in the scandal include Jennifer Lawrence, who had fans rallying around her on Twitter. First the hashtag #WeSupportYouJenniferLawrence was trending. Then fans started to upload their own nude photos with the hashtag #LeakforJlaw in an attempt to support the actress during her ordeal.

Kate Upton, Lea Michele, Selena Gomez, Hilary Duff and many more also had their iCloud accounts hacked earlier this week. Kirsten Dunst, another victim of the 4chan nude photo scandal sarcastically thanked iCloud on Twitter. She sent them emojis of a slice of pizza and a pile of manure.

The celebrities who were targets of the nude photo scandal can't change what has happened. The photos are out there and they can't be taken back. What they can do is deal with it and make sure that their hacker doesn't get any satisfaction from their response.