Jennifer Lawrence was one of the first victims of the celebrity hacking scandal with several nude photos of the actress leaked online back in 2014, and the Hollywood actress is now opening up about the "violating" incident.

The Hunger Games actress has revealed that she is still processing the incident. She told The Hollywood Reporter, "I think that I'm still actually processing it. When I first found out it was happening, my security reached out to me. It was happening minute-to-minute — it was almost like a ransom situation where they were releasing new ones every hour or so."

"I feel like I got gang-banged by the f*****g planet — like, there's not one person in the world that is not capable of seeing these intimate photos of me. You can just be at a barbecue and somebody can just pull them up on their phone. That was a really impossible thing to process," the 27-year-old actress said of her ordeal.

Although the Mothers star was approached by other victims to take legal action, according to her, suing couldn't bring her peace. The Academy winner said, "A lot of women were affected, and a lot of them reached out to me about suing Apple or suing [others] — and none of that was gonna really bring me peace, none of that was gonna bring my nude body back to me and [former boyfriend] Nic [Hoult], the person that they were intended for. It wasn't gonna bring any of that back."

Lawrence was more "interested in healing" instead of focusing on legal options.

The hacking scandal even made Lawrence question her viability as a role model. "I think, like, a year and a half ago, somebody said something to me about how I was 'a good role model for girls,' and I had to go into the bathroom and sob because I felt like an imposter — I felt like, 'I can't believe somebody still feels that way after what happened.' It's so many different things to process when you've been violated like that," Lawrence revealed.

She also addressed the Harvey Weinstein scandal after dozens of women, including A-lister celebrities, came forward to accuse the mogul of sexual harassment.

Jennifer, whose film Silver Linings Playbook movie was distributed by Weinstein's company, said, "I had heard that he was a dog," but was shocked at the extent of his misdeeds.

"But he was always almost paternal to me. He was never inappropriate with me. I thought that we had a nice relationship where, when he acted like an a***h**e, I called him an a**h****. I actually think the word I used was 'a sadistic monster' — but it was just never of that nature, so that was really shocking."