It may have been three years since nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence leaked online, but it doesn’t mean the actress has forgotten the moment when she realized her private moments, intended for her significant other at the time, was shared online for all of the world to see.

During an interview on the Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Chatter Podcast, Lawrence reflected on the scandal and revealed that she struggled to move past the moment when hackers released hundreds of nude photos of celebrities including herself during Apple’s iCloud breach in 2014.

Lawrence mulled on the fact that her life may never be the same because normal social situations can now turn into moments dedicated to digging up her past. “You can just be at a barbecue and somebody can just pull them up on their phone. That was a really impossible thing to process,” she said.

The “Mother!” star stated that she continues to feel violated over someone’s choice to share some of her most intimate photos, giving people around the world the opportunity to see her in what she thought would remain private photos.

Jennifer Lawrence Jennifer Lawrence was one of the actress affected in Apple’s 2014 iCloud breach. The actress is pictured attending Elle’s 24th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration on Oct. 16, 2017 in Los Angeles. Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

The actress revealed that she had no interesting in pursuing legal matters against the people who violated her privacy because she was busy focusing on herself.  “I was just interested in healing,” Lawrence said.

The “Joy” actress explained that she had to find her own way to heal from the situation because the route others took to deal with their violation of privacy wasn’t working for her.

“A lot of women were affected, and a lot of them reached out to me about suing Apple or suing [others] — and none of that was gonna really bring me peace, none of that was gonna bring my nude body back to me and [former boyfriend] Nick [Hoult], the person that they were intended for. It wasn’t gonna bring any of that back.”

Lawrence’s team were the ones to inform her that her photos were being shared online, and the actress admitted that the experience was quite traumatic.

“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,” she said.

Although one of the hackers was sentenced to 18 months in prison, Lawrence said that she along with the rest of the victims have received little justice following the massive invasion of their privacy.