The star of Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom" was quick to delete the image that she publicly sent to her nearly 14,000 followers, but the picture still lives on the internet.
"Yep. That picture happened," Pill tweeted after she realized what she had done. "Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned into a tweet... Apologies."
Though she apologized, it's not likely that she offended too many of her followers.
The actress who is best known for "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" isn't the only celebrity who accidentally tweeted a nude picture of herself. Hayley Williams, frontwoman of the band Paramore, also posted a naked picture of herself accidentally.
Christina Hendricks and Scarlett Johansson both had their phones hacked into, putting their breasts on display for the world to see and also affording them tons of attention.
It was assumed that Pill was trying to send the photo to her fiancé Jay Baruchel as a direct message, but could it be that she posted it on purpose?
"The Newsroom" just ended a few weeks ago, and maybe the actress wanted to leave a lasting impression on her fans.
Pill describes herself on her Twitter account as an "animal lover, acting person, reader of things i love pigs and i am marrying @baruchelndg" but maybe she wanted the world to see her in a different light.
However, considering that all three of her pictures are of animals and only one of them has herself in it, it's unlikely that the actress was trying to get that sort of attention.
In that case, Pill better step up her "techie" game so she doesn't have another topless tweet malfunction.