A porn company has spoken out in defense of Iggy Azalea who deleted her social media this week after topless pics from a 2016 photoshoot were leaked.

According to The Blast, a rep for porn site X-Hamster said “will vigilantly patrol user uploads to make sure that the photos do not appear on xHamster.”

Alex Hawkins, Vice President of xHamster also told The Blast, “While there’s nothing shameful about nudity, non-consensual photography or video is a violation of Iggy’s rights. As we have done in the past in similar cases, we will increase our patrol of Iggy and relevant keywords, and are asking our community to alert us should they spot the photos.”

The pictures were taken during a photo shoot with GQ Australia.

 "I'm outraged and saddened to find out that images of mine were stolen and published without my permission. There is currently an investigation underway. Posting these stolen images is illegal and anyone who has done so will be prosecuted," he wrote via Instagram.

Iggy intends to take legal action against whoever leaked the photographs.