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Scarlett Johansson Addresses Nude Picture Scandal (Video)

Scarlett Johansson Responds to Photo Scandal, Says Actors Are "Entitled to Your Own Personal Privacy"

Scarlett Johansson was on CNN last night to discuss, in a roundabout way, her recent photo scandal. After nude pictures of Scarlett surfaced, she contacted the FBI to track down whoever hacked into her phone to retrieve the private pictures. She said, "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." Find out all that Scarlett had to say on the matter below.

Scarlett Johansson Responds to Photo Scandal, Says Actors Are "Entitled to Your Own Personal Privacy"  originally posted on POPSUGAR Celebrity News
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popfaninMD popfaninMD 4 years
Scarlett is RIGHT on this. Stealing photos from her cell? That's a CRIME. Next private conversations on tape of she showering will show up on YOUTUBE. There's gotta be a line.
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