Lawrence, who has starred in Silver Linings Playbook , X Men , and American Hustle , said she decided not to sue because she was more focused on coping with what had happened. When I first found out it was happening, my security reached out to me. It was happening minute-to-minute - it was almost like a ransom situation where they were releasing new ones every hour or so. Lawrence, who was one of the first actresses to be targeted by hackers leaking naked images of high profile women on an internet forum, said it was hard to come to terms with the fact someone could simply pull out the nude photos at any given moment if they so wished. That was a really impossible thing to process. So I wasn't interested in suing everybody; I was just interested in healing.
Jennifer Lawrence addresses nude photo hack: 'It was so unbelievably violating'
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Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence became the victim of hacking after her nude pictures were leaked all across the Internet. The man who was behind the hacking of hundreds of iCloud accounts of Hollywood celebrities has been sentenced to eight months of prison by the federal court in Bridgeport. The Connecticut man named George Garafano have been asked to serve three years of supervised release and to perform 60 hours of community service. Garafano became famous after he stole private pictures of Hollywood actresses including Jennifer Lawrence and made them available online. He was one of the four men who was arrested after the hacking scandal. Not only celebrities but he also stole private photos and information from people. Jennifer Lawrence has referred to the incident as being equivalent to a sex crime and has asked for a harsher sentence for those who are convicted under such crime.
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However, in , the then year-old was caught up in the devastating 4chan hacking scandal, resulting in her name being splashed across media headlines and the Internet discussing her nude body, rather than her body of work. In the months that followed the incident, the star denounced the hack as a 'sex crime' and a 'flagrant violation of privacy'. In , Chicago hacker Edward Majerczyk was sentenced to nine months in prison for illegally accessing email belonging to more than people, including those of celebrities.
Jennifer Lawrence has finally spoken out about that nude photo scandal and her response naturally does all women proud. First things first, if you were expecting her to issue some sort of apology for gasp! Unlike actresses like Vanessa Hudgens and Miley Cyrus , who felt compelled to profusely apologize after their nude photos were leaked, Lawrence will have none of that. The law needs to be changed, and we need to change. The actress was just one of many female celebs whose phone was hacked last month and photos posted to online forums like 4Chan and Reddit.