“They were sent to my husband,” Johansson told Vanity Fair, referring her now ex-husband Ryan Reynolds. “There’s nothing wrong with that.”

The actress insisted she was not ashamed about the pics, especially as they were only meant for the eyes of Reynolds.

“It’s not like I was shooting a porno,” she told the magazine. “Although there’s nothing wrong with that either.”

But Johansson wasn’t the only celebrity to fall victim to the hacker.  Mila Kunis’ private photos were made public in September, and singer Christina Aguilera had dozens photos released online at the end of 2010.

Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested last month for hacking into more than 50 email accounts, including those belonging to Johansson, Kunis and Aguilera.

He was charged with 26 counts of identity theft and unauthorized access to a protected computer, as well as wiretapping. If convicted, he could be locked away for more than 120 years.]

Next cab of the rank is Taylor Swift, whose legal team is threatening legal action against a website that recently posted photos of what it claims to be a topless Swift.