Among the images posted to her website was a video of Harambe, the gorilla killed by the Cincinnati Zoo after a three-year-old boy fell into his pen in May, according to the reports.
A spokesman for the "Saturday Night Live" and "Ghostbusters" co-star didn't immediately respond to messages Wednesday seeking comment. Aidy Bryant said she was "so angry, disgusted and sad about this racist violent assault on Jones".
Jones briefly quit Twitter after facing a wave of abusive tweets, saying, "I feel like I'm in a personal hell".
Just last month, Jones made the decision to deactivate her Twitter account following death threats sent to her by online trolls, with many of them blasting her for her "Ghostbusters" role. On top of the private information released, a picture of an ape was also posted to the website.
"These acts against Leslie Jones ..."
The American, who was part of the all-woman line-up in this year's remake of Ghostbusters, has recently been working at the Olympic Games in Rio as part of U.S. network NBC's coverage.
Jones' team took down JustLeslie.com around 9 a.m., said TMZ, which has a screen grab of a portion of the hacked site. While in Brazil, Jones stood up for herself and African-American gymnast Gabby Douglas, who was also criticized online.