In an interview for Vanity Fair's November issue, Scarlett Johansson opened up about the nude photos that were the subject of an FBI investigation.
They were sent to my husband, who at the time was Ryan Reynolds, she told Vanity Fair. There's nothing wrong with that. It's not like I was shooting a porno.
Although there's nothing wrong with that either, Johansson added.
Though the photos may have been for Reynold's eyes only, for a brief time the whole world could see them.
In September, the nude self-portraits fell into the hands of a hacker and quickly began making the rounds on Twitter and other Web sites.
Johansson was outraged by the invasion of privacy, and enlisted the FBI to investigate. The Los Angeles Times reported that the FBI probe - dubbed Operation Hackerazzi -- had begun before Johansson's nude photos were leaked, as she was not his only victim.
Christopher Chaney, a 35-year-old Fla. man, was arrested on Oct. 12, and has since offered an apology for violating the privacy of Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis, and others.
Judging from the tone of her interview, Johansson feels no shame over the indecent exposure.
I know my best angles, she said.
In an October interview with Jacksonville, Fla., CNN affliate WAWS that he had become addicted to digging in to the private lives of celebrities.
I deeply apologize, Chaney told WAWS. I know what I did was probably one of the worst invasions of privacy someone could experience. And these people don't have privacy to begin with. And I was in that little sliver of privacy they do have.