Scar-Jo Hacker Is Sorry For Exposing Her Butt

The man responsible for hacking the email account of naked Scarlett Johansson and several other celebrities has admitted that what he did was uncool and now faces up to 121 years in prison for a plethora of offenses.

Florida native Christopher Chaney revealed his motives in a television interview that screened in the US on Thursday, explaining he began hacking celebrities out of curiosity and quickly became obsessed with it. Fair enough.

The contrite ‘hackerazzi’ apologised to the celebs involved saying: “I know what I did was probably the worst invasion of privacy someone could experience.”

He is charged with 26 counts of identity theft, unauthorised access to a protected computer and wiretapping. If convicted, he faces up to 121 years in prison. Hopefully this poor guy won’t get thrown in a federal prison. Because, while his behaviour was a gross invasion of privacy, photos of naked celebrities help make the world a better place, and if spreading happiness to internet perves is a crime then maybe I don’t want to be right.

Via The Associated Press
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