The Department of Homeland Security is looking into a breach of actress Leslie Jones' cyberdata that resulted in naked photos and her personal information being published online.

On Wednesday, a hacker accessed Jones' iCloud account and posted the photos, images of her passport and driver's license and a racist video to her personal website. The website was taken down shortly after the leak.

"ICE Homeland Security Investigations in New York does currently have an open investigation," a DHS spokeswoman told Variety. "As a matter of agency policy, we are unable to disclose any information related to an active investigation."

An FBI spokesman told Variety their agency is not currently investigating the incident.

This was not the first time Jones has been the victim of cyberbullying. While most of the online vitriol toward her has come from angry "Ghostbusters" fans, Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos attacked her so viciously that Twitter banned him from the social media site.