Mila Kunis is adamant an alleged hacker accused of illegally accessing her email account could not have stolen a saucy snap as the actress doesn't "send naked photos" of herself.
Christopher Chaney, 35, from Florida was arrested last year on suspicion of hacking accounts belonging to stars including Kunis and Scarlett Johansson, and pleaded not guilty to charges of identity theft ahead of a trial.
At the time of the incident, Kunis' representative was forced to deny her account contained a naked picture and flirty messages between the actress and her Friends With Benefits co-star Justin Timberlake.
The Black Swan star has now opened up about the hacking scandal, insisting there were no nude pictures for any hackers to find.
She tells Harper's Bazaar magazine, "My email that hasn't been valid in over three years was hacked. They got a photo of me. I'm not naked or anything. I was covered in bubbles, eating... I don't send naked photos. Not that there's anything wrong with that."
Kunis also admits she feels sorry for fellow actress Johansson, whose nude snaps were plastered all over the internet, adding, "The sad thing is, she shouldn't even have to explain who it's for."