Leslie Jones
Cast member Leslie Jones poses at the premiere of the film "Ghostbusters" in Hollywood, California U.S., July 9, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

The war against cyber bullying continues, with plenty of Hollywood A listers coming to the defence of fellow artor Leslie Jones. On Wednesday, Jones’ website was hacked and filled with personal photos and information that were taken from her iCloud account.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the hackers attacked on Wednesday morning, but that site has since gone offline. However, the damage was done and the hackers were able to publicly share Jones’ driver’s licence, passport and private photos.

This is coming just weeks after Jones deleted her Twitter account because of the hateful messages she received. A great number of these negative and racist messages were sent to her by followers of conservative activist Milo Yiannopoulos.

"I'm distressed to hear that Leslie Jones has been hacked and naked pictures of her have been posted online,” Yiannopoulos said in a statement. “I know we had our differences after my review of Ghostbusters but I wish her all the best at what must be a deeply upsetting time."

Other Hollywood A-listers were a little more vocal about Jones’ predicament. In particular, “Ghostbusters” director Paul Feig called the situation “an absolute outrage.” Others, like actress Patricia Arquette pointed out the illegality of the situation.

Katy Perry jumped in on Jones’ defence as well, using #StandWithLeslie. She urged her followers not to give the “misogynoir” crime any attention.

Musician Sara Bareilles put her two cents in as well, offering her apologies to Jones. Bareilles also noted that the “”Ghostbusters” actress did not deserve to be the receiving end of someone’s “misplaced sadness and anger.”

Jones’ “Saturday Night Live” co-stars were very vocal about their support. They called the attackers “cowards” and shared how strong, funny and resilient Jones is.

Others also sent words of encouragement, and praised Jones for her character.