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“This is my body, this should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting, “said she told Vanity Fair magazine, which comes out Wednesday November edition online. “I can not even believe that we live in such a world,” she adds.
Jennifer Lawrence was one of the actresses affected by this hacking private photos, retrieved from iCloud, the storage accounts in Apple Remote. These photos were released in two waves, in late August and mid-September. Other victims were cited including Avril Lavigne, Kate Upton, Kate Bosworth, Mary-Kate Olsen, Kim Kardashian, Gabrielle Union, Hayden Panettiere, Hilary Duff and Jenny McCarthy.
It calls to change the law and attitudes
“This is not a scandal, this is a sexual crime “says the actress. “This is a sexual violation. It’s disgusting. We need to change the law, and we must change. This is why these websites are responsible. ” “The fact that I am a public figure, the fact that I am an actress does not mean that I asked it,” she says again.
“The mere fact that somebody one is sexually exploited and raped, and the first idea that comes to the minds of some is to make a profit. So is beyond me. I can not imagine being separated so much of humanity, “insists Jennifer Lawrence. The actress also explained that he “was scared. I did not know how it would affect my career. “
These photos were originally taken for her boyfriend at the time who lived far away, she says. After discovering the leak, she wanted to write a statement. “But all I was trying to write made me cry and made me angry.”
More than a dozen Hollywood celebrities victims of these leaks have threatened to attack Google in court, accusing him of not doing enough to stop them.
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