Scarlett Johansson dreaded going out in public after her nude pictures leaked on the internet because she feared everyone she encountered would have seen her naked.
The Lost In Translation star was devastated when the revealing photographs, intended for her then-husband Ryan Reynolds, were stolen by a hacker and posted online.
Johansson admits she became incredibly "paranoid" after the incident and even going out to dinner with friends became a tough task.
She tells Vogue magazine, "When all those photos came out, of course I go out to dinner and think, 'Goddamn it, these people have all seen my (naked body)...' That's terrible. You know what I mean? You can't not think that. Even if they haven't, you're paranoid..."
However, Johansson was able to pull herself together and now wants the culprit brought to justice.
She adds, "It wasn't just me. It was others. I don't want to be a victim and say, 'Oh, well' and just hide my head in shame. Somebody stole something from me... It's sick. I don't want people like that to slide."
Christopher Chaney, 25, from Florida, was arrested in connection with the scandal and charged with 25 counts of identity theft amid accusations he hacked into a number of private email accounts, including Johansson's.