she had been hacked.
Now, it's hard to imagine someone doing this without being "allowed in" to the computer in some way (such as malware). The report doesn't get specific enough to indicate how the cyber-crime occurred.
To be clear, these are not the fake nude Carly Rae Jepsen pictures that have been floating across the Internet. These are, in fact, real images of Jepsen, and thus far they have not been leaked. Jepsen wants to keep it that way.
“Crazy morning. Discovered that someone put up a sex tape claiming to be me. Ridiculous. Obviously not me."
If there is any good news to be taken from this, it's that police apparently have a suspect in their sights. If there is bad news, it's that Jepsen, like many others, managed to get ensnared by some sort of cyber-criminal, and as is often the case, it's probably the result of falling for some phishing or social engineering scam.