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    Game of Thrones Actress Becomes Another Victim of Fake Nude Leak

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    Hackers have leaked a nude photo of what looks like actress Nathalie Emmanuel who plays Missandei, an assistant to Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO TV series “Game of Thrones". However, the authenticity of the image has not been confirmed and it is quite likely that Emmanuel has fallen victim to fake nude photo as did Chloe Moretz earlier.

    The hackers who leaked the photo claim that they had allegedly stolen her photo from a personal archive. The leaked photo shows "Emmanuel" posing naked. On her chest there is a post note with the inscription "This body is for Benzor only.”

    In addition, the note also allegedly states her full name and date.

    The actress herself is yet to comment on the information, with the authenticity of the image yet to be confirmed.

    The photo in fact looks like a Photoshopped image.

    On Monday, November 13, the same group of hackers claimed it leaked a nude photo of Hollywood actress Chloe Moretz. However, despite the claims, Daily Star Online confirmed that the shot was not of the US movie star.

    A reprensentative for Chloe said "That's not Chloe, it's not her body. Shame on anyone who seeks to make financial gain from exploiting women," the publication reported.

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