A few days ago, Jennifer Lawrence granted an interview to the American magazine Vanity Fair to discuss her film projects. The American actress notably returned to the publication of her stolen photos by Jean-Marie Bigard’s magazine.
A few months ago, the special Bigard Magazine had offered on newsstands a number that included many jokes of Jean-Marie Bigard as well as photos of naked women including stolen photos of American actress Jennifer Lawrence. BFM TV ensured that these pictures had been incorporated into the magazine at the request of the French comedian who “loves Jennifer Lawrence” and that the distribution of these images had been validated upstream by the legal department of the publisher. Furious, the latter had filed a complaint against the dissemination of these photos dating from 2014.
The newspaper had been ordered by the court of Nanterre to pay 20,000 euros to the American star because of the “moral damage suffered by the actress as a result of the violation of her privacy and the right she has to his image”. For the court, “the only element of reduction of the damage is due to the modest distribution of the magazine”. Jennifer Lawrence’s naked photos were leaked on the Internet because of the hacking of an American hacker who had published them on the Internet. Faced with this conviction, Jean-Marie Bigard spoke on social networks while making gritty jokes.
A few days ago, Jennifer Lawrence gave a long interview to the American magazine Vanity Fair to discuss her film projects and her long career on the big screen. During the interview, the 31-year-old American actress returned to the dangers of social media and confided her bitterness over the publication of her photos in 2014 without her consent. “Anyone can go and look at my naked body without my consent, at any time of the day,” she explained first. Then she added: “someone in France just published them. My trauma will exist forever …”
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