Woman charged with hacking email of Gomez

Singer Gomez poses at the Billboard Women in Music awards in Los Angeles

Susan Atrach, 21, of New Jersey has been charged with five felony counts of identity theft; five counts of fraudulently accessing and using computer data to commit fraud or to control or obtain money, property or data; and one felony count of stealing data without permission. The Hollywood Reporter says that she is yet to enter a plea deal. Prosecutors did not know if she has hired an attorney who could comment, and no phone listing could be found for her. A man who identified himself as Atrach's father has also declined to speak to the press.

Gomez, 25, was hacked several times between June 2015 and February 2016. After a successful hack, most have used her accounts - both social media and email - to post private images of Gomez or her ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber.

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While the incident was not detailed by the persecutors, Page Six suspects that the hacking might have something to do with a story from a year ago. Then many said that she was one hundred percent devoted to the hard relationship of the singer and Justin Bieber. It was not immediately clear if those photos were the subject of the criminal charges. The specific accounts she gained access to were a Yahoo and iCloud handle Selena shared with her assistant.

Selena is singing about the return of former love, and we remember that a year ago she and Bieber revived the novel, but in the end again chose to take a break in the relationship. The animated supernatural family comedy is expected to lead the box office this weekend with an estimated gross of $42 million, reported Deadline.



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