Drama, drama, drama.
The phone hacking controversy revolving around the UK's News of the World is far from over. In fact, the case might get blown wide open now.
Glenn Mulcaire, a private detective previously convicted for intercepting voicemail messages for the News Corp. paper, has been court-ordered to turn over the names of the journalists who hired him.
He was fighting the decision for two years by citing laws that prevent self-incrimination, but Britain's Supreme Court ultimately decided that law does not apply to situation and he's got to come clean.
The PI plans on complying and says he will start naming names within three weeks.
So far over 40 people have been arrested in connection with the scandal, including three more on Wednesday morning!