Scarlett Johansson & Mila Kunis' Hackerazzi Agrees to Plea Guilty
A few months ago, private nude photos of Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis and Christina Aguilera were splashed onto the Internet for the whole world to see as the result of a hacker.
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Well, the perpetrator, Christopher Chaney, has agreed to a plea agreement saying that he's guilty related to the celebrity e-mail hacking case. After he was arrested in October, Christopher apologized and said what he did "was probably one of the worst invasions of privacy someone could experience."
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OK! NEWS: SCARLETT JOHANSSON'S HACKERAZZI ADMITS GUILT & WAS "ADDICTED TO SEEING BEHIND THE SCENES"
He could spend up to 60 years in prison! A plea agreement filed in an L.A. federal courtroom said the nine counts included wiretapping and unauthorized access to a computer. His federal hearing will be held today.
Christopher was arrested after a year-long investigation of celebrity hacking, better known as "Operation Hackerazzi." As reported by USA Today, there were actually more than 50 victims involved including Scarlett, Mila and Christina.