Emma Watson is being threatened by internet hackers as the next high-profile celebrity who will have nude photos of herself leaked online, which is believed to be a response to the British actress' recent United Nations speech on gender inequality.

Emma Watson
Hackers threaten to post nude photos of Watson online

A website has suddenly emerged, likely made by the 4chan users responsibly for the leak of other nude photos of celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, which displays a countdown to when the alleged racy images of Watson will be published online.

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The site, called emmayouarenext.com, first appeared in a thread on 4chan that has since been deleted, but US site Gawker has quoted several posts that clearly show the threat of releasing Watson's photos is directly linked her U.N. speech.

"She makes stupid feminist speeches at UN, and now her nudes will be online, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH," one comment read. Another added, "It is real and going to happen this weekend. That feminist b-tch Emma is going to show the world she is as much of a wh-re as any woman."

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The hackers seem to have been angered by the 'Harry Potter' star's powerful speech on gender equality while she launched her HeForShe campaign on Saturday (Sept 20th).

Emma Watson
Watson apparently angered the hackers after giving a U.N. speech on gender equality

"I decided I was a feminist and this seemed uncomplicated to me. But my recent research has shown me that feminism has become an unpopular word," she said. "Apparently I am among the ranks of women whose expressions are seen as too strong, too aggressive, isolating, anti-men and, unattractive."

Many more celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Kaley Cuoco, Vanessa Hudgens and Avril Lavigne, were recently targeted in a second batch of nude leaked photos that were uploaded onto websites Reddit and 4chan.com on Saturday. However, due to the first wave of raunchy photos, posted three weeks ago, the host sites quickly pulled the explicit pics down.