Jennifer Lawrence is still suffering from nude photos of her appearing on the internet in 2014. Now she has explained why she still was not interested in a lawsuit.
Jennifer Lawrence reveals why she not going court over nude photos leaked scandal
It’s been more than three years since hackers posted stolen nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence on the Internet – and still the publication of the Oscar winner’s intimate images is still pending.
When it happened, it was so incredibly hurtful that you can not even put it in words,” she told the Hollywood Reporter.
“I think I’m still working on it. He was incredibly rapist, I can not even put into words. At the time, my security came to me as soon as they discovered the leak. Hackers released the images from minute to minute – almost like a situation of hijackers releasing hostages. I felt raped collectively by everyone. Anyone, in any country, is able to see intimate photos of me. You can be on a barbecue and someone shows them on a cell phone. It’s really impossible to prosecute, “she said.
She still feels like there is not a single person in the world who is not able to see these intimate photos of her. “You’re invited for a barbecue, and someone can bring it out on his cell phone.”
Many of the other women concerned had contacted her to file a lawsuit. But that would have brought her no peace, says the 27-year-old. “It would not have brought my naked body back to me and Nic, so I was not interested in sueing anyone, I was interested in healing.” The actress was with her former friend Nicholas Hoult until 2014.
In 2014, hackers stole and published thousands of private celebrity photos, including many nude photos, from cloud services. Lawrence was one of the first victims.