Scarlett Johansson, whose nude pictures were hacked about two weeks ago and posted online, says celebrities are entitled to their privacy and any invasion of it feels wrong.
Johansson gave an interview to CNN, the first time she has gone public talking about the incident that happened on Sept. 15. She has since enlisted the FBI to investigate the incident.
The FBI had said it is closing in on the hackers and has the identity of the ring leader of the group.
Who doesn't want to protect their own privacy? Johansson said in the interview, Just because you're in the spotlight or just because you're an actor or make filmS or whatever doesn't mean you're not entitled to your own personal privacy. No matter what the context, if that is sieged in some way it feels unjust. It feels wrong.
Johansson said dealing with the invasion of privacy is an adjustment.
There are certain instances, I think, where you give a lot of yourself and then finally you just have to kind of put your foot down and say 'No wait, I'm taking it back.