Uh-oh! This can't be good!
After reports that Scarlett Johansson contacted the FBI today, in light of two nude photos from her cell phone being leaked onto the net, the government agency has confirmed that they are not only looking into her case, but many high profile women who have apparently also been hacked - including Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Ali Larter, Busy Philipps, Miley Cyrus, and Emma Caulfield!
FBI spokesperson Laura Eimiller says in a statement:
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Sorry doesn't even begin to cover it.
Referring to the NOTW phone hacking scandal, media mogul Rupert Murdoch published a full page apology letter (above) in his UK newspapers, The Sun and The Times of London on Saturday.
"We are sorry for the serious wrongdoings that occurred. We regret not acting faster to sort things out."
Two of his top execs resigned on Friday and Murdoch is scheduled to appear before the British Parliament on Tuesday.
The apology is too little, too late. We're not buying it.
What do U think of Rupert's letter?
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Hugh Grant is one brave guy.
The actor has a close connection with the News of the World phone hacking scandal in that his own phone was hacked by the British newspaper.
Feeling personally violated by NOTW, Hugh explains why he went public in order to expose the scheme:
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Despite the controversy over News of the World hacking cell phones of 9/11 victims, the paper's final issue sold ABSURD amounts!
According to the latest numbers, the paper sold 3.8 MILLION COPIES on Sunday!!!
We obvi have major issues with the phone hacking claims against NOTW, but we'll admit we were happy to hear that advertising space in the issue was provided free of charge for charities/good causes.
Guess we'll see which paper fills the void for Brits now that NOTW is gone…
[Image via News Of The World.]
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