Katy Perry Defends Leslie Jones After Website Hack: 'I #StandWithLeslie'

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Katy Perry attends the amfAR's 23rd Cinema Against AIDS Gala at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on May 19, 2016 in Cap d'Antibes, France. 

The "Saturday Night Live" star's site went dark following the leak of personal information & photos.

On Wednesday (Aug. 24), it was reported that Leslie Jones' website was hacked and a plethora of personal information was leaked -- including the comedian's driver's license, passport and private photos -- and her celebrity peers are speaking out about breach in full force, including Katy Perry.

Leslie Jones Website Goes Offline After Massive Hack, Personal Info Leaked

This isn't an isolated attack against Jones: She has been the target of racist tweets since the release of the Ghostbusters remake, in which she starred, prompting her to exit social media for a while.

Following Wednesday's hack, dozens of celebrities took to Twitter to express their distaste for the breach of privacy and the racist and sexist attacks on Jones. Katy Perry took to Twitter to show her love for Leslie, using the hashtag #StandWithLeslie, which has since been widely used across the site.

Patricia Arquette, Gabourey Sidibe, Alyssa Milano, Octavia Spencer, Nia Vardalos, Patricia Heaton, Kathy Griffin and Ghostbusters director Paul Feig also rushed to Jones' defense on Twitter.