Celebrity hacking case: Man to plead guilty
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A Florida man will be in a Los Angeles courtroom Monday, pleading guilty to hacking into the email accounts of Hollywood stars and posting their photos on the Internet.
Court documents show 35-year-old Christopher Chaney will plead guilty to nine felony counts and could face up to 60 years in prison.
Chaney admitted hacking into the accounts of more than 50 entertainers, including Mila Kunis, Christina Aguilera and Scarlett Johansson, whose nude pictures wound up on the web.
Chaney has apologized. There's no evidence he profited from the scheme.
celebrity, technology, arrest, entertainment
- Glendale Galleria $85K bracelet thief sought
- Colorado shooting victim dies at hospital
- Reseda shooting suspect ID'ed as Iraq war vet
- Shoppers flock to stores for last-minute gifts
- Compton chase victim remembered by loved ones
- Van Nuys arsonist suspect sought by LAFD
- HB riot suspect sentenced to 12 days in jail
- Man arrested for suspected arson in Oxnard
- US holiday travelers brace for ice and snow
- Astronauts tackle urgent spacewalking repairs
- abcnews: Army's new weapon can shoot down drones
- SUV makers unveil new efficient features
- Amy Adams talks playing sexy con artist
- OTRC: Chuck Norris spoofs Van Damme's 'Epic Split'