Scarlett Johansson insists she deserves her privacy - despite her status as a celebrity and sex symbol. Nude photos of the actress flooded the Internet after her private cell phone was reportedly hacked, adding the screen stunner's name to a string of celebrities who've been hit by cyber villains. Two weeks after the sexy photos were leaked, the actress broke her silence in an interview with CNN Wednesday. The stolen snaps show the actress posing nude in a bathroom mirror and laying topless in bed - and prompted her to contact the FBI. Johansson admitted in the interview that being a celebrity requires much adjustment, but says her star status doesn't justify such a horrible invasion of privacy.
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Scarlett Johansson is threatening to sue anyone who publishes any of the leaked, nude photos of her that were hacked from her mobile phone and are appearing across the web. Please govern yourselves accordingly. The FBI is investigating the matter. It appears Scarlett Johansson is the most recent victim of a phone-hacking epidemic targeting female celebrities. Accusations are being aimed at a hacking group that calls itself "Hollywood Leaks".
Scarlett Johansson emerged for the first time since hackers leaked nude pictures from her phone onto the internet. It has been two days since explicit self-portraits of the year-old, who has never appeared fully nude in her movies, emerged online. Dressed in a faded T-shirt, cargo pants and a baseball cap, the 5'4" star chomped on an apple. During her stroll, Scarlett also chatted on her iPhone, but it is unknown whether that is the same device that got violated.