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Scarlett Johansson ‘Scared of Technology’ Since Nude Photo Leak

The actress has become extremely paranoid, even forcing her current boyfriend to contact her through an assistant

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: August 2nd, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Scarlett Johansson ‘Scared of Technology’ Since Nude Photo Leak

“The Avengers” star, Scarlett Johansson, might be the highest paid actress in Hollywood, but the Black Widow may be the most paranoid as well.

After last year’s highly publicized hacking scandal, the 27-year old actress has become extremely weary of all technology. Although many actresses had nude photos stolen from their cell phones, Johansson seems to be the only one that has gone as far as making current boyfriend, Nate Naylor, contact her through an assistant.

According to Star Magazine (so the source might not be the most legit), the actress has become very paranoid about maintaining her privacy.

“She thinks people are constantly spying on her… It’s gotten to the point where she doesn’t trust any technology,” an insider told the gossip mag.

“She has everyone, including her boyfriend Nate Naylor, contacting her through her assistant… It’s really awkward but for now he’s going along with it.”

The hacker responsible for the celebrity photo theft, Christopher Chaney, pled guilty to the charges. Prosecutors have suggested Johansson receive $66k in restitution.

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