So after Scarlett Johansson‘s nude pics were leaked onto the Internet a couple weeks ago (once again, SCARLETT JOHANSSON’S BOOBS AND BUTT. Gotta bring in those Google page views), Scarlett went on the offensive and tried to make sure that any blog with the pictures posted up immediately removed them. And now she’s complaining about how she deserves her privacy even though she’s famous, because when people take nude pictures of themselves, that’s what they’re focusing on: privacy. Access Hollywood has the story:
“Just because you’re an actor or make films or whatever doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to your own personal privacy,” she told CNN, according to Reuters. “If that is sieged in some way, it feels unjust. It feels wrong.” Scarlett’s personal photos hit the web on September 15, and she admitted the additional attention on her life outside of work has been something she’s had to get used to.
Look, Scarlett and celebrities like her? They do deserve privacy, I’m not going to try and argue otherwise. That being said, if you take nude pictures of yourself, they will end up online or somewhere else you don’t want them. That will always happen. And if that happens, you can’t force people to take them down because ultimately, you really don’t have any control over shit like that. And let’s face it, it’s not like when she was taking those pictures she was trying to show off her massive sense of privacy. If you want privacy, do not put yourself out there in a way that opens you up to judgment and scrutiny!