Can’t sell it if everyone has it.
Apparently someone tried their hand at selling nude photos of Sia, so she hit back in the best way possible: By releasing an image of herself on the internet for nix, nada, nothing.
“Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!” she wrote on Tuesday.
The image is watermarked with a “client preview” stamp on it, but is also accompanied with a message from the seller of the image.
“If you make the purchase it will be unblurred and you will receive and [sic] additional 14 images,” reads a message.
There was plenty of love for Sia’s masterful effort at silencing blackmailers and leakers. Sia later, creepers.
— Scott Hoying (@scotthoying) November 7, 2017
QUEEN! This is how you handle someone trying to leak or blackmail. Sia, you are iconic.
— Patrick Ryan (@thepatrickryan_) November 7, 2017
As we’ve seen in the past, sharing intimate non-consensual images can affect celebrities too, including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Victoria Justice and McKayla Maroney to name a few.
But we’re not all celebrities (or have that much sass), so here’s a few tips if you ever find yourself in the situation.
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