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Wishful thinking, guys. Mad Men star Christina Hendricks and her I Don't Know How She Does It costar Olivia Munn are the latest actresses to have purported nude photos leak on the Internet after their phones were hacked -- but both actresses insist the compromising pics are totally fake.
Let's talk the Hendricks scandal first. Turns out the busty 36-year-old's phone was hacked, and some of the images being circulated -- including one showing her barely dressed and without makeup -- are actually hers (click here to see the NSFW pics). But Hendricks' representative insists to E! News that one topless snapshot (that doesn't show the subject's face) making the Interwebs rounds isn't of her client.
"Christina's phone was in fact hacked and photos were stolen," Hendricks' rep says. "The proper authorities have been contacted in hopes of rectifying this situation... The topless image is fake and not an image of Christina."
Munn appears to have been similarly lucky. Several pictures are floating around of the 31-year-old former Attack of the Show host in various states of undress -- along with one photo allegedly showing Munn fully nude (click here to see the NSFW photos). While sources tell TMZ that most of the pics are real images Munn has posted on her blog or Twitter, they say the purported nude photo (which, once again, doesn't show the subject's face) is simply a snap of someone with a similary body.
Munn herself took to Twitter on Sunday to deny that her phone had been hacked or that she'd been caught flaunting the full monty.
"If you ever hacked my phone, these are the photos you'd find," she tweeted Sunday along with images of a baby and a kitten.
Hendricks and Munn are far from the first two actresses to be victims of phone-hacking scandals, although it sounds like the thieves didn't actually get anything juicy from their phones. Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis, Vanessa Hudgens, Miley Cyrus and Blake Lively have all found themselves embroiled in nude photo scandals in recent years. Isn't it about time hackers and imitators learned their lesson and left these ladies alone?