Selena Gomez is the latest target of Celeb Jihad website, which recently morphed an image of Halle Berry showing the actress' nude body and also leaked several compromising photos of celebrities who were a victim of the 2017 nude photo leak scandal dubbed as "Fappening 2.0."

On Friday, Gossip Cop debunked a report by Celeb Jihad that it had access to a sex tape of Gomez. The fake video titled “Selena Gomez Black Sex Party,” featured footages from the "Slow Down" singer's Instagram and Snapchat accounts that were clubbed with pornographic material. The video was edited in such a way that it showed a woman having sex with various African American men, but Gomez was not the woman in the sexually explicit content, Gossip Cop reported.

Celeb Jihad also claimed that the purported sex tape of Gomez was leaked by from her boyfriend, The Weeknd’s cell phone. However, Gossip Cop debunked the claims.

Read: Fappening 2.0 Full Victims List

This is not the first time Celeb Jihad faked photos or videos of actresses for reasons that are still unknown. Last week, Celeb Jihad claimed that it had Berry's "topless" photo but it was later revealed that the website photoshopped the image.

Celeb Jihad was threatened with several lawsuits last month after it leaked nude photos of stars, including Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried. The leak last month was similar to the incident that occurred in 2014, called "the Fappening" — a subreddit by the same name that was created for pictures and news related to the leaked images that were first posted on 4chan. A-list stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande were some of the targets of the leak in 2014.

Stars such as Rose McGowan, figure skater Analeigh Tipton, model Dylan Penn, "Arrow" star Katie Cassidy and WWE “Total Divas” star Paige were also part of the "Fappening 2.0."