Emma Watson got justice by siccing her legal team on a site that posted racy pics of her in a see-through top without a bra.
Emma's lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to the website, Celeb Jihad -- which somehow acquired private photos of Emma in a sheer top. The outfit exposed her breasts and nipples.
Her legal team put it in pretty simple terms -- Emma owns the pics and the copyright on them, so Celeb Jihad was breaking the law by posting them. According to the letter, the photos were taken by Emma's stylist, who then gave Emma all rights.
Message received loud and clear -- shortly after the site got the letter, Emma's pics were removed.