‘I’m a whore’: Jennifer Lawrence says ‘I don’t need a man to feel comfortable’

  • August 19, 2021

Hollywood is full of women who say they have been treated like sexual objects by men.

And Jennifer Lawrence has made it clear that she isn’t one of them.

On Monday, the Academy Award-winning actress made a public apology to the men who have harassed and threatened her.

Lawrence said she’s learned from the experience and is “working with the police to address the issues that have led to my comments being taken out of context and misconstrued.”

“I’m not proud of it,” Lawrence said, when asked if she’s sorry for her comments.

“I think people have the right to express their opinions.

And I don’t know what they think of it.

I think people want to be treated fairly.

I don’s not want to see that happen to anyone else.

I feel like the world is going to be a better place when everyone feels safe.”

Lawrence also apologized to the other women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted, including actress and former model Rose McGowan.

Lawrence is the latest in a long line of women to come forward with stories of sexual assault, rape and harassment.

Hollywood has also seen the release of an Emmy-winning documentary on sexual assault called “Zero Dark Thirty,” which chronicles the CIA’s torture and interrogation tactics in the Vietnam War.

The Oscar-winning star of “The Hunger Games,” Lawrence has also been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly criticized the star’s role in his campaign.

Trump has called her “one of the most talented actors on the planet,” saying she’s a “good actress.”