Alex Hawkins, Vice President of porn site xHamster, is supporting Iggy Azalea amidst allegations of her leaked topless images, which were reportedly stolen outtakes from a 2016 photoshoot with GQ Australia.

“While there’s nothing shameful about nudity, non-consensual photography or video is a violation of Iggy’s rights,” Hawkins says of the images, which he says will not be published for viewing on the site. “As we have done in the past in similar cases, we will increase our patrol of Iggy and relevant keywords, and are asking our community to alert us should they spot the photos.”

Over the weekend, the “Sally Walker” musician deleted her social media pages shortly after releasing a statement regarding the photos and detailing her “blindsided, embarrassed” feelings on the situation.