The offending pictures were published by a pornographic website
Emma Watson has demanded that a website remove explicit photos of her.
Watson sent a cease and desist letter to the website after it shared the images that were allegedly snapped by her stylist.
According to TMZ, the offending pics were published by Celeb Jihad and have since been taken down. TMZ states that the letter Watson and her lawyers sent to Celeb Jihad claimed that Watson owns the pics and the copyright on them, so Celeb Jihad was breaking the law by posting them.
Meanwhile, a new “sneak peek” clip was recently released in anticipation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast live-action movie shows Emma Watson’s first table read as Belle.
Beauty and the Beast is expected to open in cinemas on March 17, 2017, following recent live-action adaptations like The Jungle Book, Cinderella and Maleficent. A teaser trailer was released in May.
This new clip sees Watson reading from the movie script alongside co-star Dan Stevens, who has signed on for the role of the Beast.