Celebrity Leaked Photos 2014: Jennifer Lawrence Swears Off Social Media, Wishes People Weren't 'Such A**holes' [VIDEO]

1:45 PM EST 11/12/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Jennifer Lawrence won't be joining Twitter anytime soon.

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Weeks after her nude photos were leaked online, the Hunger Games actress has vowed to stay away from all social media. In a new interview, Lawrence explained her decision, revealing her past interactions with social media haven't been great.

"I will never get Twitter," Lawrence said in an interview with BBC Radio's Nick Grimshaw, explaining that "the internet has scorned so much."

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After her nude photos were posted on websites, including 4Chan and Reddit, Lawrence opened up to Vanity Fair, calling the act a "sexual violation," and calling for a change in the legal system.

In a second interview, shared earlier this week, Lawrence spoke of the ordeal again, revealing that it has made her second-guess those she allows in her life.

"The hard part of the job that comes with the territory is losing a lot of privacy and a lot of control over things that just out of human decency you should have control over,” she said, via a November 11 report by UK's The Mirror. “I don’t want to have to question every person that comes into my life but at the same time I have reason to. I don’t want to change but people need to stop being such a**holes.”

Other celebrities affected by the scandal include Gabrielle Union, Jenny McCarthy, Kim Kardashian, Kate Upton, Kelly Brook, Cara Delevingne, Rihanne, Mary-Kate Olsen, Kaley Cuoco and Hope Solo.

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