After Internet Leak, Kaley Cuoco Advises, 'Don't Take Naked Photos'

PHOTO: Actress Kaley Cuoco attends the ASPCA event on Oct. 22, 2014 in Bel Air, Calif. Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Actress Kaley Cuoco attends the ASPCA event on Oct. 22, 2014 in Bel Air, Calif.

Earlier this year, Kaley Cuoco was one of the stars whose nude photos were leaked to the Internet.

Now, she's advising others to put down their cameras.

"Don’t take naked photos. That would be a good start. How about that?" she told Extra. "Just don’t take pictures. I've now taken to Polaroid cameras, so I just carry a big Polaroid around my neck, self-aroid, that’s what I do now. No one can get those. Polaroid cameras, that’s the way to go."

Cuoco, 28, added that some of the photos that appear to be of her are not.

"Just so everyone knows, a lot of those were not real," she said. "A lot were completely fake, if you look closely!"

Last month, the "Big Bang Theory" star told Jimmy Kimmel that after the leak, she alerted her family about what happened and then tried to find humor in the situation. Ultimately, she decided to post a fake nude photo on her Instagram page.

"It was just a really bad situation but I took it in my own hands and make a joke about it because what are you gonna do?" she said. "You gotta make fun of yourself."

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