“Mean Girls” actress Amanda Seyfried lawyered up after nude pictures of her with ex-boyfriend Justin Long were leaked Wednesday by Celeb Jihad. Her legal team sent a threatening letter, asking for the photos of her “intimate moments” to be taken down.

TMZ was the first to leak the letter from her lawyers, which reads: “It recently has come to our client’s attention that, without the authorization of our client or the copyright holder, several very private photographs of Ms. Seyfried either in various states of nudity or intimate moments with her former boyfriend (the ‘Seyfried Photographs’) have been reproduced and posted.”

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The note continued: “Your unauthorized use and distribution of the Seyfried Photographs constitutes, at a minimum, copyright infringement, violation of Ms. Seyfried’s right of privacy under applicable law and tortious conduct under state and common law.”

If the photos were not removed, the star’s lawyers threatened to take legal action, “which may include injunctive relief, claims for compensatory and exemplary damages, attorneys’ fees and accounting of our revenues from the unauthorized use of our client’s image and all other costs associated with our client’s claims.”

By Wednesday evening, the photos of Seyfried remained on Celeb Jihad.

“Beauty and the Beast” actress Emma Watson, who was also involved in the hack, also responded to the leaked images. Some of the explicit pictures showed the “Harry Potter” star in a bathtub.

“Photos from a clothes fitting Emma had with a stylist a couple of years ago have been stolen,” her publicist  told the BBC  Wednesday. “They are not nude photographs. Lawyers have been instructed and we are not commenting further.”

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Neither Seyfried nor Watson personally responded to the hack on their social media accounts.

Stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, Christina Hendricks and McKayla Maroney were involved in the first Fappening hack, which took place in 2014. Ryan Collins, who was responsible for the leak, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison in October after he pleaded guilty.

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