Demi Lovato’s fans furious after her nudes are posted on Snapchat after she’s hacked – The Sun

DEMI Lovato's fans have rushed to offer their support after hackers reportedly published a series of nude photographs of the star online.

Cyber trolls broke into Demi's Snapchat yesterday and began callously sharing a series of intimate shots, according to The Blast.

It is said that the US star's publicity team immediately began working to remove the pictures in a desperate attempt to save Demi's blushes.

They have all now been deleted.

Rallying round the 27-year-old Confident star, one fan wrote online: "Leaking celebrity nudes is literally so classless and disrespectful.

"I'm tired of this s***. Demi Lovato doesn't deserve this at all!!!!"

Another added: "Omfg someone's hacked Demi's Snapchat! Why would anyone do this #DemiLovato #snapchat."

A third wrote: "Demi Lovato has been hacked, you have no idea how dangerous this stupid joke is and the consequences it could have!!"

While another raged: "Demi Lovato goes through enough s*** and y'all really hacked this girl and released private pictures…"

The hack couldn't have come at a worse time for Demi, who is currently grieving following the tragic death of a close friend.

Earlier this month, her pal Thomas Trussell III died after a battle with a drug addiction and it has hit the star hard.

A T for Tommy. RIP you special angel. Love you forever @sirtruss ?? thank you for the ink @rafael_valdez.. it’s beautiful and I’m so grateful for this ???? If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please do not hesitate to ask for help. Please call 877.921.9653

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Demi, who was last year taken to hospital herself following a suspected overdose, has now got a tattoo of a 'T' on her forearm to honour her late friend.

Sharing a photograph of her new body art on Instagram, Demi said: "A T for Tommy. RIP you special angel.

"Love you forever @sirtruss ??.

"Thank you for the ink @rafael_valdez.. it’s beautiful and I’m so grateful for this."

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