Fox Sports host Charissa Thompson is firing back after private photos were hacked from her iCloud account and shared online. Thompson has hired attorney Andrew Brettler from the Los Angeles law firm Lavely & Singer to have the photos removed from a website which has previously posted the personal images of celebrities like Tiger Woods and Kristen Stewart. 

The Blast reports that the site received a "very stern letter" stating that Thompson was the only one who held the copyright to the items posted online. 

"It is a disgusting invasion of Ms. Thompson’s privacy, and we are working with law enforcement authorities to ensure that those responsible for hacking her account and publishing her photos are brought to justice," Brettler told the New York Daily News. 

The photos have been removed from the website. The Los Angeles District Attorney has gotten involved and launched an investigation into the matter.