. Kelly Brook’s split with David McIntosh has just got messier as the pair have lashed out at each other on Twitter – for all to see – over the recent leaked nude photos.
The brunette babe, who is working on a sitcom in the US, is thought to have originally tweeted the former Gladiator about the naked pictures - in a tweet that has now been deleted - telling David and the model he's been spotted with that his "k**** online" and to call her "silly me for sending pictures to someone I thought I could trust but then would leak them #byaccident," David tweeted, while also tagging another Twitter user and his ex.
In a response to her former beau, an outraged Kelly replied: "Your Ego is beyond. David all my US iCloud pics are online not just of you. Be a grown up."
But David wanted the last word, as he said: "yes very grown up tweeting "ur k**** online" how about use email thanks x".
Last night, Kelly slammed the hackers behind the recent slew of nude photos of celebrities that have leaked on the internet, stating that it is “a complete invasion of privacy”.
The buxom babe, who is currently in the US working on her new sitcom, tweeted her rage over the leaks and revealed that her legal team were working with 18 victims of the leaks.
“My Lawyer is currently dealing with 18 Women who have all had their ICloud hacked. It is a Sex Crime and a complete invasion of Privacy.”
She also added: “We will find this person and they will be prosecuted. Not having it. Some very young innocent women have been targeted it's so wrong.”
Earlier this week, the star admitted she's feeling homesick in the wake of her nude photo hacking scandal.
Pictures, which have spread like wildfire over the Internet, show the 34-year-old in a variety of provocative poses lying on a bed, were leaked as part of the 4th round of The Fappening on Tuesday.