Although Jennifer Lawrence is rarely a target of body shamers on social media, the 27-year-old beauty has had quite an unpleasant experience with body shaming.

Addressing a crowd at Elle‘s Women in Hollywood event in Los Angeles on Monday night, the Oscar winner opened up about how she was once asked by a producer to stand side-by-side with about five women who were “much, much thinner” than her.

“We are stood side-by-side with only tape on, covering our privates,” Jennifer Lawrence recalled the humiliating Nude line-up experience.

The outrageous incident took place in the early days of Lawrence’s career, and the actress says she was “trapped” by the experience.

The 27-year-old, who shot to stardom in 2012’s "The Hunger Games," explained that she let producers treat her “a certain way” because she “felt I had to do for my career.”

After the nude line-up, which Jennifer Lawrence describes as “degrading and humiliating,” the producer told the then-aspiring actress to “use the naked photos as inspiration for my diet.”

The producer, whose name wasn’t disclosed at the event, asked Lawrence to lose “15 pounds in two weeks.” "The Hunger Games" star shared that another actress before her had been fired for not slimming down fast enough for the role.

Jennifer Lawrence told she was ‘perfectly f---able’

When she told another producer about the body shaming experience, the producer was surprised and said “he didn’t know why everyone thought I was so fat,” and added that he thought Jennifer Lawrence was “perfectly f---able,” the actress shared.

Lawrence was one of eight honorees at Elle‘s Women event. Her comments come amid an intensified battle between body shamers and body positivity advocates.

A number of leading brands, including Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy, have spoken out about the need to ban super-skinny models from catwalks and advertising worldwide.

Hollywood’s unending war on sexual harassment and body shaming

Hollywood actresses sharing disturbing body shaming and sexism experiences have been on the rise lately, with a number of A-listers revealing their humiliating stories to transform the film and fashion industry into a shaming and bully-free environment.

In August, "Kick-Ass" star Chloë Grace Moretz revealed that she was a victim of sexism and body shaming in the early days of her career.

Ariel Winter, one of the most prominent advocates for body positivism, has also been a staunch critic of sexual harassment and fat shaming.

Bella Thorne is also no stranger to spreading body-positive messages on Instagram, though the actress recently got caught up in a Photoshop scandal following her GQ Mexico photo shoot.

Addressing the crowd at Elle‘s Women event, Jennifer Lawrence also said she was “still learning that I don’t have to smile when a man makes me uncomfortable.”

“Every human being should have the power to be treated with respect because they’re human,” the Oscar-winning actress added, echoing the sentiment of dozens of women who came forward in recent weeks to accuse Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

A number of women, including Cara Delevingne, Ashley Judd, and Angelina Jolie, accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct and inappropriate behavior following a bombshell New York Times report.