On December 24, “Don’t Look Up”, a film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, will be released on Netflix. The actress will indeed make her comeback to the screen after a two-year hiatus in her career. To celebrate the arrival of this new feature film, the “Hunger Games” actress posed on the cover of the American edition of ” Vanity Fair ».
In a long interview, she confided in the reasons that pushed her to put her career on hold. The actress explained in particular that the hacking of her nude photos by a hacker in 2014 had greatly shaken her: “Anyone can look at my naked body without my consent, at any time of the day. ”
Jean-Marie Bigard condemned
An injury from which Jennifer Lawrence cannot heal: “Someone in France published them. My trauma will exist forever. The actress here refers to Jean-Marie Bigard. In July 2021, the French comedian had published in “Bigard Magazine” five nude photos of the actress. His lawyers immediately filed a complaint. On October 7, the company Medialyd, publisher of the Bigard magazine, was condemned by the Nanterre court for “invasion of the privacy of her private life, coupled with an infringement of the right which she has on her image”. She had to pay 20,000 euros in damages to Jennifer Lawrence.
In the press, the actress had already mentioned her reaction in 2014 when she discovered the leak of these photos on the Internet: “I was so scared. I didn’t know how all of this was going to affect my career. Just because I’m a public figure, that I’m an actress, doesn’t mean I asked for this to happen to me. It is not part of the job. It’s my body, and it should be my choice. The fact that it isn’t is absolutely disgusting. “