The report by News.com.au states the athlete took his computer into the reseller for repair, with the images taken before the computer was returned.
According to Apple spokeswoman Fiona Martin, the tech giant is looking into the allegations and warned any customers who felt their privacy had been compromised to contact Apple immediately.
The breach of privacy has been ongoing, News.com.au believes.
“The Olympian is among a number of celebrities – as well as members of the general public – caught out. Shop staff scan machines for intimate material under the encouragement of the store’s owner and upload sensitive photos and videos to a shared drive,” News.com.au alleged.
The reseller owner told the site that, “If people choose to put photos and personal information on their computers that’s their decision.”
News believes the staff are not acting illegally because of a legal loophole.