Think the paparazzi are intrusive? They've got nothing on techno-savvy cell phone creepers.
"Glee" star Heather Morris is the latest in a string of actresses who are claiming that "hackers" have accessed their smartphones and stolen personal photos - many of which are extremely revealing.
Most recently, "Mad Men" stars Christina Hendricks and January Jones have found compromising photos posted all over the web, as has TV personality Olivia Munn (although Munn claims the nude photos of her were faked). Earlier this year, "The Avengers" star Scarlett Johansson actually involved the FBI in a search for the person responsible for posting her personal nude photos.
Among the reported 26 photos of Morris posted online, many show her dressed as Britney Spears (in the "Slave 4 U" outfit), which Morris wore on her show. However, a handful of the photos contained nudity.
Like texting while driving, the solution is obvious - don't take nude pictures of yourself with a cell phone. Invest in a digital camera.