“The professional celebrities of the entertainment world have come fully and continously into the national view”, says C. Wright Mills. He couldn’t be more right…Especially when hackers get hold of their private information.
Christopher Chaney is being accused of hacking into the private accounts of more than 50 people, including celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis, and Christina Aguilera.
Emails, conversations, and scripts that the celebrities believed were private, were actually being forwarded to Chaney’s personal email account.
Chaney could face a maximum of 121 years in prison for his 26-count indictment.