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A sports journalist has spoken out for the first time since intimate photographs of her were leaked by hackers. ‘Those photos maybe I sent to someone, perhaps a couple of them. She added: ‘I want to say to the girls or the boys who have experienced the same thing, that you should not feel guilty.
Diletta Leotta, 25, a TV presenter and reporter for Sky Sports in Italy, claims that only a handful of the pictures and videos were authentic. ‘Everyone has the right to do what they want with their life, their privacy and their mobiles.’ The popular presenter said that she had even been accused ‘by less intelligent and sensitive people’ of leaking the photographs herself for the publicity, something which she has vehemently denied.
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