When nude photos of celebrities were leaked online earlier this year, most of the victims were swift in calling out for justice.
Jennifer Lawrence—who was a victim of the hacking scandal—told Vanity Fair that she believed a sex crime was committed and refused to apologize for taking nude photos of herself.
Now Kim Kardashian is finally breaking her silence about her own photo leak. The 34-year-old mom opened up to Elle UK magazine—she stars on the Dec. 2014 cover—where she revealed that she felt "violated" but that she wouldn't "go crazy about it it."
"I feel violated because these are private pictures," Kim said. "I didn't choose for them to be out there. But I'm also realistic. I'm on covers of magazines practically naked, so I can't go crazy about it. The only choice I can make is to not let it shake me up. I'm not having that choice taken away from me."
Kanye West's other half certainly hasn't been afraid of taking off her clothes, whether it be for her Instagram page or for magazines. Most recently, the reality TV show vixen posed nude for Paper magazine (and almost broke the Internet in the process) and for British GQ.
"I did [the Paper magazine shoot] as an art project that was going to make me feel confident and feel good," she told Elle. "And it taught me to do what you want to do. Everyone should do what they they are comfortable with, and I'm never one to preach, but I felt really positive and really good about myself."
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