The model, men's magazine FHM cover-girl Vida Guerra, appears to have had her password stolen much in the same vein as hotel heiress and socialite Paris Hilton earlier in the year.
A number of forums are already linking to the pictures which are of the sort that should not be viewed at work. Unlike Hilton details of Guerra's address book do not yet appear to be circulating and it is unclear whether it too has been hacked. Perhaps unsurprisingly, rumours are already circulating that the alleged hack was a publicity stunt.
The highlight of Guerra's burgeoning career so far was dancing in the video for rap star P. Diddy's "Shake Ya Tailfeather".
After the last hacking incident T-Mobile offered users advice on applying more complex passwords. A number of US publications reported Hilton's password may have been as simple as the name of her pet dog. The telecom company warned users that, in the interest of privacy, passwords should be more difficult to guess.