Hacker Allegedly Swipes Nude Photos & More Than $130,000 From Paris Hilton, Attempts To Hack Family Members For More

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It turns out Paris Hilton was the victim of a hacker at some point in the last couple years — and her case is just coming to light as the legal system winds its course against alleged hacker Paytsar Bkhchadzhyan.

The hacker, who was apparently active between 2015 and 2017, allegedly stole from Paris and two other people in her family. Legal docs claimed she hacked Hilton’s bank accounts, and then used her credit cards to make reservations for a 2015 New Year’s Eve Party and several other things.

The hacker ended up charging more than $40,000 on Paris’ credit cards in one night alone!!!

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It wasn’t just that, though — Paytsar allegedly impersonated Paris online around the same time, emailing Hilton’s assistant to wire more than $80,000 to one of the hacker’s personal accounts.

And then there are the naked pics… it appears that Paytsar jacked several naked pics from Hilton’s iCloud account simultaneously while hacking her, but it’s unclear what happened to the pics.

Obviously, we know that’s likely a very big deal for Paris.

The hacker even went so far as to hack Paris’ dad Rick Hilton and her sister Nicky Hilton (pictured above, left, with Paris), both in an attempt to gain access to more accounts belonging to Paris.

Paytsar was eventually busted in 2017 for this and other hacking incidents, and she pled guilty to bank fraud conspiracy in the process.

All this news about Paris Hilton is now coming to light, though, because Paytsar is set to be sentenced on Monday morning. Federal prosecutors want to see that she gets nearly six years in prison and three years of supervised release.

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They’re also recommending she pay more than $318,535 in restitution to her victims… including Paris. Wow!!!

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May 5, 2018 1:43pm PDT

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