The year-old actor shared a screen recording of his friends playing the trivia game Heads Up! The Instagram story was immediately removed, but not before screenshots were taken and widely shared. However, fans of the Avengers super star have come to his rescue, asking people to respect his privacy and refrain from sharing the image. They are also flooding Twitter with wholesome content - such as pictures of Evans and his dog Dodger - to drown out the explicit pictures. American entertainment website PopCulture. It is unclear if the camera roll is Chris Evans' or not, and he has yet to address the leak publicly.
Chris Evans accidentally leaked a nude photo, here is the online reaction
Chris Evans accidentally leaked a nude and Twitter had jokes
Chris, by mistake, shared a picture of himself in the nude on Instagram Stories. He quickly removed the post but the internet still managed to collect screenshots. Why would we go looking for ChrisEvans nude when we already have these gems.. His beautiful, beautiful Face, heart of gold and overall Charming personality..
Chris Evans embarrassed about leaking nude photo: ‘You know, things happen’
Captain America star Chris Evans caused a stir online yesterday when he appeared to leak an x-rated photo of himself on Instagram. The actor shared a screen recording of his family playing Heads Up when the video flashed to an image of his camera roll. Although he quickly deleted the clip, users had screenshotted the image of a male's private part. Evans has since taken to Twitter to address the leak saying, "Now that I have your attention
Chris Evans accidentally posted something he shouldn't have on Instagram, so let's enjoy the jokes while respecting his privacy. It included a private photo that you should absolutely not seek out. We're being totally serious; he deserves privacy just as much as any of us. Chris, if you're reading this, we have a guide for safely storing nude photos. He apparently had also saved a meme of his own face with a vulgar phrase that starts with the words "Guard That" followed by a word that should have cost Donald Trump the presidency in