Leslie Jones is the latest celebrity to be the victim of a hacker, with her personal website being vandalized on Wednesday morning.

The hacker posted personal photos from Jones’ iCloud account, including several nude shots as well as pictures of her passport and drivers license.

The site, which has already been taken down, also featured a video of the gorilla Harambe, who was killed in an Ohio zoo earlier this year. Jones was the victim of repeated racist harassment online leading up to the release of “Ghostbusters,” with some Twitter users comparing her to Harambe.

She fought back against the harassment back in July, calling out certain mean commenters for being both sexist and racist.

“What will you tell your daughter when she wants to dress like a [Ghostbuster] for Halloween,” Jones asked. “You gonna tell them they can’t be one? I liked to see that.”

Jones continued: “Are you gonna tell her the [BS] you tweeting to me. The sexist most racist comments ever. Are you gonna show that? It’s very sick and sad.”

Representatives for Jones did not immediately return TheWrap’s request for comment. Sony, who released “Ghostbusters,” declined to comment on the hack.

Jones is a celebrated comedian with a lengthy background in stand up. She has been a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” since 2013. In addition to “Ghostbusters,” she also recently appeared in the Amy Schumer blockbuster “Trainwreck.”

This is not the first time a female celebrity’s privacy has been violated in this way. In 2014, actresses like Jennifer LawrenceKaley Cuoco, and Kate Upton were the victims of a similar hack that saw their personal photos released online.