Demi Lovato is finding strength in those close to her after a horrible invasion of privacy resulted in the star’s nude shots being exposed to the public.
It’s been days since Lovato updated fans on social media following her Snapchat account being taken over by a hacking group.
As The Blast first reported, nude photos of Lovato were posted on her account last week by a group trying to get users to join their Discord channel.
Two photos were posted, with promises of more, but luckily Lovato’s people were able to get a hold of the account and take down all the graphic content.
Discord also took action and told us they immediately shut down the server to the private channel as soon as they were made aware of what was happening.
On Monday afternoon Lovato returned to Instagram for the first time and shared a photo with her beloved dog, Cinderella.
The two appear to be cuddling up in bed, and although no words were posted, it’s clear Lovato is choosing to spend her time with those she loves the most.
She adopted Cinderella back in 2015 after her dog Buddy was killed by a coyote.
Cinderella was the second dog she adopted, after first getting Batman.
Lovato has been getting all types of support since the invasion of privacy, especially form the Lovatics, her devoted fanbase.
Many have taken to social media to express outrage over what happened to the star and commented with messages reading, “It’s disgusting that people feel obligated to tear Demi Lovato down after every ounce of peace she puts into the world. my god, y’all are gross.”
It’s still unclear if Lovato is taking any legal action since the nude photo hack.