Jennifer Lawrence on nude photo hacking scandal: ‘My trauma will exist forever
Jennifer Lawrence says her naked photographs being released still damages her. The naked photographs of the star were spilled in 2014 when her iCloud account was hacked, and The Hunger Games star conceded in another meeting with Vanity Fair the episode actually impacts her.
“Anyone can go gander at my bare body without my assent, any time,” she said about the attack of her security due to the break.
“Someone in France just distributed them. My injury will exist for eternity.”
She was one of 100 VIPs, including Rihanna, Selena Gomez, and Kim Kardashian whose iCloud accounts were targetted.
At that point, Lawrence said she was apprehensive the spilled photographs would affect her vocation and smothered her underlying response to apologize for the photographs.
She told Vanity Fair in 2014: “I began to compose an expression of remorse, yet I have nothing to say I’m upset for. I was in an adoring, solid, extraordinary relationship for quite a long time. It was a significant distance, and either your sweetheart will check out pornography or he will take a gander at you.”