Former Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA), the freshman congresswoman who resigned amid speculation that she had improper sexual relationships with subordinates, has vowed to fight back against what she described as “revenge porn.”

“This is what needs to happen so that the good people who supported me will no longer be subjected to the pain inflicted by my abusive husband and the brutality of hateful political operatives who seem to happily provide a platform to a monster who is driving a smear campaign built around cyber exploitation,” Hill said in her resignation letter.

Hill is in the middle of divorce proceedings from her husband. She stands accused of having an improper relationship with a male legislative aide, Graham Kelly, as well as dating a female campaign staffer in a “throuple” relationship with her now-estranged husband.

She described the publication of nude photos of her, one in a chair brushing the hair of the female campaign staffer, and another holding a bong while nude, showcasing an Nazi-era Iron Cross tattoo on her pelvis, as an “appalling invasion of my privacy.”

“It is also illegal, and we are currently pursuing all of our available legal options,” she said in her resignation letter. “However, I know that as long as I am in Congress, we’ll live fearful of what might come next and how much it will hurt.”

Hill denied the relationship with the legislative aide, but admitted to and apologized for the “throuple” relationship with the staffer. She vowed to fight back against the leaked photos.

“Those of you who know me personally know that I’m a fighter,” her resignation letter said. “Now, my fight is going to be to defeat this type of exploitation that so many women are victims to and which will keep countless women and girls from running for office or entering public light.”

She echoed a similar sentiment on Twitter.

“To every girl and woman – to everyone who believes in this fight – this isn’t over,” she said.

Hill appeared to confirm on her Twitter account that there are 700 more nude photos of her that could be leaked after she retweeted a report from a Raw Story reporter:

Hill has not officially resigned, but POLITICO reported that she could step down as early Nov. 1, which is Friday.

Meanwhile, several candidates are eyeing the soon-to-be open seat.

According to The New York Post, the Republican incumbent whom Hill ousted is considering re-running for the seat he lost. Several California districts were flipped from red to blue by small margins after election day by a large scale “ballot harvesting” operation, which is legal in the state. California’s 25th congressional district has been hotly contested in recent elections.

“Ex-US Rep. Steve Knight told the Signal of Santa Clarita Valley after Hill announced her resignation Sunday that he would make a formal announcement “very quickly” about his plans for California’s 25th Congressional District,” the report said.

There will be a special election to fill the seat, and will be the responsibility of California Governor Gavin Newsom to set the date of that election within 14 days of Hill’s resignation. With 2020 being an election year, there will likely be two elections for that seat during 2020.