After a lull in leaked celebrity nude photos following last fall's arrest of a man who allegedly hacked into the e-mail accounts of numerous celebrities -- including Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis -- a new batch of alleged racy star pictures has hit the web.
But this time around, the response couldn't be more different.
Heather Morris, who plays ditzy cheerleader Brittany S. Pierce on "Glee," appears to be the latest victim of celebrity phone hacking after several self-taken photographs of her in various states of undress appeared online earlier this week.
The 25-year-old actress seems to be laughing the whole thing off.
"When Heather realized the pics were out there, she wasn't thrilled," a source close to Morris told Us Weekly. "But honestly, she was like, 'Well, it could be worse! At least I look good?'"
The source added that Morris is "keeping a good sense of humor about the whole thing" and "isn't going crazy over it," but her lawyer is working to get them "taken off the web."
A rep for Morris did not respond immediately to requests for comment.
Last week, naked and nearly naked pictures purportedly of actresses Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn hit the Internet. Both denied the photos were of them.
Munn's rep told EW that her phone was not hacked, and the actress, herself, responded on Twitter. "If you ever hacked my phone, these are the pictures you'd find," she wrote, along with a link to a photo of a large baby and a cat reading.
Hendricks' phone was indeed hacked and photos were stolen, her rep told the website Gossip Cop. "Christina's phone was in fact hacked and photos were stolen. "The proper authorities have been contacted in hopes of rectifying this situation," her rep told the website, adding, "the topless image is fake and not an image of Christina."
Perhaps celebrities have grown used to these incidents but the response from this latest crop seems muted, if not tongue-in-cheek, compared to last year's hacking victims.
Speaking to British magazine Stylist, Johansson, 27, said, she felt "absolutely violated" when nude pictures intended for then-husband Ryan Reynolds went viral.
"It was really terrible; I felt absolutely violated. I wasn't really aware of how vulnerable all of us are, but I think everybody is just discovering that now," Johansson, 27, told the magazine. "Being hacked made me feel more vulnerable than I ever had previously."
The "Avengers" star said she became "incredibly paranoid" and suspicious of those close to her, thinking they were behind it.
Instead, the FBI nabbed Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Fla., after conducting Operation Hackerazzi, a year-long investigation into the hacked email accounts of at least 50 celebrities, including Johansson.
Chaney, who faces 26 counts of computer hacking, aggravated identity theft and illegal wire-tapping and up to 121 years in prison, has pleaded not guilty.
There appears to be no such investigation this time around, though the FBI cannot confirm or deny an ongoing investigation. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told ABCNews.com that the LAPD is not looking into these latest incidents.
For Morris, this isn't the first time explicit photos of her surfaced online. In 2010, black-and-white nude modeling pictures of her appeared on the web, but Morris expressed no regrets.
"I think they are beautiful. It's not something I'm ashamed of," Morris told Extra at the time. "Everybody should do tasteful beautiful nudes so when you get older you're gonna be like, 'Oh that's when my body looked so great!'"