Jennifer Lawrence Nude Photo Hack Scorned Her

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has admitted that the nude photo has scorned her. She now has much more negative view of the Internet, and claims that she will never actively use social media because of it. It was not like she was an active user anyway.

The issues really started in September. A users on 4Chan posted nude photos of hundreds of female celebrities. Weeks later, another instalment of images was posted. All the images were reportedly hacked from the celebrities’ iCloud accounts, making it clear that nothing is sacred.

Lawrence’s reps almost instantly admitted that the photos were her, as arguably made it clear that she was not embarrassed by them. Some celebrities tried to claim they were fabricated, until they started issuing takedown notices as the copyright holders. The Hunger Games actress’ reps said that it was a violation of her privacy.

It took weeks for Lawrence to speak out about the “sex crime,” as she put it. The FBI was involved, but she believes that the law should be changed to be able to get to these hackers. The websites are responsible, and it has scorned her since then.

She made the statement during an interview with BBC Radio 1 breakfast presenter Nick Grimshaw, when he asked about it. It was the most serious answer of the whole interview, and Grimshaw could not help bring that up. This was an answer that Lawrence already had ready because of how the nude photo hack and internet in general had scorned her.

However, the hack is not the only reason. It seems the American Hustle actress may have been born in the wrong decade. She admitted to being useless with technology and phones, and struggles to keep up with her emails on a regular basis. She cannot imagine herself ever wanting to be on Twitter or another social media site. Others enjoy Twitter and she respects that, but it is not something for her.

During the interview to promote new movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, she explained that there are a lot of fake accounts out there. Fans have been caught out following accounts that they believe are hers. She made it abundantly clear that that is not the case, and never believe anyone who says they are her. There is a verified Facebook account, but it appears that her PR team manage everything.

Lawrence has always been one for keeping her personal life private. It makes sense that she would want to stay away from social media. Having a PR team handle that allows her to do a job that she loves and stay out of the public eye in between times as much as possible. She has a similar opinion as Hunger Games co-star Josh Hutcherson, who views acting as a job and never did it because he wanted to give up his privacy.

They are certainly not the only celebrities to want a private life. George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Daniel Radcliff and Scarlett Johansson all avoid social media. They are for far different reasons than Lawrence, though, who says that the nude photo hack scorned her.

Opinion by Alexandria Ingham

Sources:

The Independent

Fast Company

Today

Photo by Gage Skidmore

One Response to "Jennifer Lawrence Nude Photo Hack Scorned Her"

  1. You know who.   November 13, 2014 at 6:12 am

    This filthy-disgusting-rich ‘it’ girl simply will not stop dumbing down her own fans and using every trick in the book to get her name and image plastered all over the media almost daily in order to promote herself and save millions over the cost of traditional advertising.

    Just from memory in chronological order:

    #1`. The comments about peeing herself for pervert publicity.

    #2. The ‘trip’ walking on stage during an awards show.

    #3. The stunt with her ‘tear away’ dress during an awards show.

    #4. The comments about pooping herself for pervert publicity.

    #5. Another ‘trip’ on stage during an awards show.

    #6. The comments about wetting the bed for pervert publicity.

    #7. The most recent ‘wardrobe malfunction’.

    #8, #9, and #10. At the very least, three more which I do not recall at the moment.

    #11-#20. The next ten publicity stunts, some of which are being planned as we type.

    Click my name and check the profile for the ‘RidiculousEvents’ page.

    and don’t let any celebrity pig make you even dumber than you already are.

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