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NEW YORK (
) -- Scarlett Johansson's leaked nude photos may be grabbing headlines, but rumors of her being hacked began to surface back in March, associated with the hacker ring believed to be behind 50 or so similar celebrity exploits.
The group, calling itself Hollywood Leaks, even posted a YouTube video and since-deleted Twitter feed to brag about their conquests.
The mission statement issued by the group, riddled with anti-Semitic and homophobic language, includes the following:
"Attention Hollywood. We are Anonymous. We have been watching you. We have been listening to you. You have been allowed to run free too long. The time of Jew-controlled media is over. We are taking back the media with your [gay slur] vampires and Scientology pastors. We are here for the people. We are here for the Lulz. We are here to stay. We have your lives. We have your blood, sweat and tears. Over the next couple of weeks, everyone will have them. We will rock you for ages. Consider this our acceptance speech for the Video Music Awards."