Leslie Jones has been a featured cast member on Saturday Night Live for two years, starred in one of the most highly-anticipated movies of 2016 and was even flown to Rio thanks to her hilarious Twitter commentary on the Olympics.
But that’s not the reason everyone knows her name. Right now, the only reason people recognise the name Leslie Jones is because the Internet hates her.
This week, the Ghostbusters actress fell victim to cruel hackers who posted "sexually explicit and nude" images of comedian on her personal website.
In another gross invasion of privacy, they also posted images of her driver's license and passport, alongside racist images of Harambe, the gorilla who was killed when a three-year-old entered his enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo.
Leslie's management has since shut down her website.
2016 was supposed to be Leslie's year.
The year she went mainstream, broke into the movie business, and became another much-needed strong female presence who dominated box offices worldwide. Instead, it's been anything but easy.