Jennifer Garner is a powerful woman. (Just ask Ben Affleck.) And now she's speaking out on last year's invasive photo hack that came to be known as the Fappening. Dozens of celebrities--almost exclusively women--had their cloud accounts hacked. The hackers released nude photos, never meant for anything but private consumption, on the Internet.
Early in the year, speaking to Vanity Fair, another powerful actress, Jennifer Lawrence, qualified the hack as a "sex crime," even suggesting that people who looked at the photos were guilty of more than just curiosity. Garner joins Lawrence in that opinion. Speaking with Britain's Loaded magazine, Garner says of the hack, ""It's an invasion. It's violent. It's a violent abuse of women." Garner also echoed Lawrence's fury when she says, "It just makes me want to hurt somebody."
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