Update: Actress Meagan Good's husband, Devon Franklin, issued the following statement to TheBlaze Friday morning:
"The Bible teaches us to give thanks in all things. And all things will work for the good of those that love Christ Jesus. This privacy violation is unfortunate yet we have not allowed it to shake our faith in God. I love my wife and I'm so blessed to be able to walk with her through this journey of life no matter what comes our way."
Actress Meagan Good, the most recent celebrity to fall prey to a nude photo leak, is expressing disappointment with the harsh criticisms she has received in recent days from her fellow Christians.
Good, 33, the wife of Hollywood film producer and faith leader DeVon Franklin, was victimized by hackers who leaked nude photos she privately sent to her husband. What followed was a mixture of support and condemnation from her fans and foes.
"Thank you to everyone ... who has been supportive, loving, encouraging and demonstrating the True love of God," Good wrote on her Instagram page Wednesday.
The actress, who starred in "Anchorman 2" and "Think Like a Man Too," first responded to the hacking last week, noting that she was "in shock" and saddened for all of the individuals and performers who have fallen victim to photo leaks.
As for her own situation, Good said that it's well-known that the personal images being widely distributed were intended for Franklin, whom she has been married to since 2012.
"At the end of the day, we all know these pictures were for my husband," she wrote, going on to tell those who continue to share the images that they should be ashamed of themselves.
While many fans have expressed support for Good following the monumental invasion of privacy, not everyone has been so kind.
"Your married. Your husbands a pastor. And y'all send eachother nudes [sic]," wrote an Instagram user known as donjaididit. "How righteous is that union if ya'll infatuated with the flesh? Oh right can't be 100 percent pure because we fall short of perfect…"
Others have questioned Good's Christian faith and said that she should be ashamed of herself for sending the photos to her husband. The actress, though, defended herself and said that she's simply relying on her faith to get through the debacle.
"These last few days have been hard. But I know that God is in the plan. I choose to trust him even when I don't understand. After all, that's what real faith is," Good wrote. "I will say it's been disappointing to receive such harsh judgement and criticism from my own brothers and sisters when my husband and I were the ones who were violated and had our intimate moments exposed to the world against our will."
Read more of Good's responses here.
(H/T: Christian Post)