Since being the victim of a phone hacker on Sept. 14, Scarlett Johansson is talking for the first time about having nude photos of her posted online. "It feels unjust. It feels wrong," the actress told CNN. "Who doesn't want to protect their own privacy?" she said in her first interview since the incident. "Just because you're an actor or make films or whatever doesn't mean you're not entitled to your own personal privacy."
Johansson sat down with CNN's David McKenzie in Nairobi, Kenya, which she was visiting in her role as an ambassador for the humanitarian group Oxfam.
She told him that having the constant media scrutiny has been an "adjustment," but that she decided "enough is enough," likely referring to her actions in alerting the FBI after her phone was hacked. She also reportedly had her lawyer contact the website that posted the photos with an order to have them taken down.
The actress, who's currently filming 'The Avengers,' is just one of several female celebrities who've been targeted by hackers. Jessica Alba, Mila Kunis, Julianne Hough and Selena Gomez have also reportedly had their phones hacked.
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