“It’s scary when you feel the whole world judges you,” she told Vogue. “I think people saw [the hacking] for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven’t been able to get rid of it."
"Nobody wants to be reminded that they tried to dance on a stripper pole by the Internet," she wrote on her Facebook page. "It was one of my best friend's birthdays and I dropped my paranoia guard for one second to have fun. I'm not going to apologize, I had a BLAST that night."
But the 2014 incident has had a lasting negative impact.
"Having your privacy violated constantly isn’t a problem if you’re perfect. But if you’re human, it’s terrifying. When my publicist calls me, I’m like, ‘Oh, my God, what is it?’ Even when it’s nothing. I’m always waiting to get blindsided again.”