Chris Evans Had the Perfect Response Following His Accidental Photo Leak

Chris Evans has a message for America

Over the weekend, Evans appeared to accidentally share a nude photo of himself on his Instagram stories, which he quickly deleted. The video was actually a screen recording from someone's iPhone, so when the video neared its ending, it showed the camera roll from the phone it was taken from.

Chris Evans gave his fans an eyeful after he accidentally posted X-rated images to social media over the weekend. Among the images was reportedly a photo of a penis.

Whereas Scott teased his brother by tweeting, "Was off social media for the day yesterday. So". The Avengers: Endgame star has now reacted to the attention. His tweet reads, "Bro, while Trump is in office there is NOTHING you could possibly do to embarrass yourself".

Chris Evans is looking for the silver lining - and turning an unfortunate viral moment into a call to action. Though his brother Scott Evans seemed to shield his eyes, Chrissy Teigen found the mishap totally relatable.

Thor actress Kat Dennings chimes in on the heated controversy, praising netizens for giving her Marvel co-star some much-needed privacy and respect.

"Could humankind pls eventually come together with this 1 thing and only pretend nothing happened".

It is unclear whether the camera roll belonged to Evans.



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