The "Ghostbusters" star has now had her official website vandalised by a hack attack, with nude photographs of the actress and personal information released on Wednesday morning.
The site, which has since been taken down, also included a video of the late OH zoo gorilla Harambe, linking to the repeated racist harassment Jones received via Twitter leading up to the release of the all-female reboot of "Ghostbusters" in July. Jones took on the attackers, calling some of them out for being racist and sexist; she then quit Twitter for a brief period.
The exchanges came at a career high point for the "Saturday Night Live" cast member, right after "Ghostbusters" hit theaters. Most recently, she live-tweeted the 2016 Olympics and served as a special correspondent for NBC. That person also posted sexually explicit photos of the actress on the site that were stolen from her phone.