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"My Trauma Will Exist Forever": Naked Jennifer Lawrence Photos Posted in Bigard Magazine


Five stolen photos of the American actress were published in July. The publication was ordered to pay 20,000 euros in October to the Hunger Games actress. The actress spoke on Vanity Fair.

In a recent interview with the American edition of

Vanity Fair

, actress Jennifer Lawrence confides in a few incidents along the way.

Not as an actress, but rather in the private sphere.

She recounts being close to death aboard a private jet in 2017, when one of the aircraft's engines broke down, requiring an emergency landing.

For the first time, Jennifer Lawrence speaks about the publication in 2014 of photos on the Internet, where she appears naked.

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"Anyone can look at my naked body without my consent"

Between April 2013 and October 2014, the American hacker Edward Majerczyk infiltrated the Cloud accounts - remote storage spaces - of a hundred celebrities, including Kirsten Dunst, Ariana Grande and Jennifer Lawrence. The latter poses nude in these stolen photos, recorded even today on servers. In July 2021, five photos resurfaced in

Bigard Magazine

, a special issue created by the comedian of the same name. Particular attention is paid to them in the section “Jean-Marie Bigard's favorites”, devoted exclusively to photographs of naked women.

Believing the case closed - the hacker was sentenced to 9 months in prison and a fine of $ 5,700, the 31-year-old actress is once again facing her stolen photos. And can't seem to turn the page.

“Anyone can look at my naked body without my consent at any time of the day

,” she says. in Vanity Fair.

Someone in France published them. My trauma will exist forever ”.

The actress obviously refers, without mentioning it, to Jean-Marie Bigard's magazine.

On October 8, the Nanterre court sentenced Medialyd, the company which published the magazine, to pay 20,000 euros in damages to Jennifer Lawrence

"for compensation for her moral prejudice"

. To make this decision, the authority relied on

"the particularly intrusive nature of the violations noted"

, according to the interim order. "

The high amount of compensation allocated testifies to the indignation aroused by this publication and should dissuade all those who would be tempted to reproduce these stolen images

" justified the


Vincent Toledano, the actress' lawyer.

This case is partly the reason for his professional break for two years, allowing him to

"preserve his mental health"


It's better: Jennifer Lawrence will star in the satirical comedy

Don't Look Up

alongside Meryl Streep and Leonardo DiCaprio on December 24 on Netflix.

Source: lefigaro

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