J-Law says she won’t apologize for taking off her top while recently dancing on a stripper pole. After video surfaced of Lawrence celebrating a friend’s birthday at a club in Austria, she addressed it on her Facebook page:
The Oscar-winning actress said that she was just having fun, defended her dance moves, and cleared up any possible confusion about her wardrobe (Alexander Wang, who approved, btw)
Lawrence, along with Kirsten Dunst and model Kate Upton, were among hundreds whose online accounts were hacked several years ago, and pictures of her were shared across the internet. Edward Majerczyk plead guilty to felony computer hacking and was sentenced to nine months in jail.
Here’s the video causing all the fuss:
J-Law Gone Wild!
See her stripper pole romp CAUGHT on tape! https://t.co/Cjj8ks7nxn
— Radar Online (@radar_online) May 17, 2017
… and J-Law’s response: