During her Vogue interview - which accompanied a new cover photo-shoot which saw her in an array of retro scenarios - Jennifer also reflected on her nude photo hack three years later. "But if you're human, it's terrifying", she continued, admitting that she still worries about being hacked and having even more personal images stolen and posted online. "I think people saw [the hacking] for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven't been able to get rid of it", Lawrence spoke her mind.
'Having your privacy violated constantly isn't a problem if you're flawless, but if you're human, it's terrifying'. "I'm always waiting to be blindsided again".
"It's scary when you feel the whole world judges you", she said.
Despite this fear, Lawrence perfectly dismissed another privacy violation earlier this year, when a video was published of her pole dancing at a friend's birthday party, writing on Facebook, "I'm not going to apologize, I had a BLAST that night".
"There was just stuff that I wished I'd looked into deeper before jumping on". "I'm disappointed in myself that I didn't spot it", she says. I was in a crop top. "I ended up getting on oxygen".
Vogue also commissioned artist John Currin to paint her for one of the four covers as part of the celebrations for the magazine's 125th anniversary issue. "He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls", she said.
Both incidents have contributed to making Jennifer somewhat more wary when it comes to meeting her fans. "I have oxygen tubes in my nostrils, and Darren's like, 'It was out of focus; we've got to do it again.' And I was just like, 'Go f- yourself'". This creates a complicated situation psychologically for people like Lawrence who's privacy has been violated in the past yet who still must remain somewhat open to the public due to their job.