Why You Must Not Request Jennifer Lawrence For A Selfie

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Dec 29, 2016 08:05 AM EST

It seems privacy is on top of the priority list for Jennifer Lawrence, the talented Academy Award Winning Actress. The blonde belle from California of late has been very protective about her personal space and avoiding fan requests for selfies.

The 26-year-old, whose films have grossed over $5 billion worldwide in 2016 is on top of his game as far as her acting career is concerned but with huge popularity comes bigger privacy concerns. According to the Daily Mail the actress accepts being rude and less approachable than before as she doesn't want these selfie requests to become her daily routine.

In recent times Jennifer has been among the biggest names in Hollywood. Starring in popular Franchisees "X-men" and "The Hunger Games" she has made her name as a bankable star. The beautiful actress was quoted saying, "I think that people [strangers] think that we already are friends because I am famous and they feel like they already know me - but I don't know them".

Jennifer made it clear that she had a different life than what fans saw on screen and she needed to protect her reality; her individual space.

The Independent reports that it took Jennifer a long time to take this stand. Now she gets rude with people clicking her in the middle of dinner and it sets as an example for others planning to do the same. It deters fan from taking her privacy granted, which she works very hard to maintain.

It was an embarrassing moment when Lawrence had her privacy infringed as hackers leaked her naked pictures on an internet forum. She was one of over hundred celebrities to have been targeted in the 2014 scandal. 

The ugly experience made her more cautious of her privacy. With each success people want more of Jennifer but she has drawn a clear line in-between.

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