Published December 18, 2012
The man who hacked the personal accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis and Christina Aguilera has been sentenced to ten years in jail. A federal judge sentenced 35-year-old Jacksonville, Florida, resident Christopher Chaney yesterday, according to ABC.
In a tearful statement, Johansson said, "I have been truly humiliated and embarrassed. I find Christopher Chaney's actions to be perverted and reprehensible." Naked photos of “The Avengers” star that were meant for then-husband Ryan Reynolds were leaked online last year.
Christina Aguilera, who had numerous candid photographs released over the last few years, said in a statement: “That feeling of security can never be given back, and there is no compensation that can restore the feeling one has from such a large invasion of privacy."
Photos that were found on Kunis’ phone included topless pictures of Justin Timberlake and an image of Mila in the bath.
Plenty of other celebrities have fallen prey to hackers and had revealing photos released online – major examples include Jessica Alba, “Gossip Girl” star Blake Lively and “High School Musical” starlet Vanessa Hudgens.
Poor Miley Cyrus had her Gmail account hacked when she was just 15, and revealing pictures apparently taken for Nick Jonas were posted online.
And Selena Gomez’s Facebook account was hacked by a 21-year-old McDonald’s employee who threatened to release emails between Gomez and Justin Bieber to the press.
Which celebrity hacking do you think is the most outrageous?