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Christopher Chaney to plead guilty for leaking Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis pictures

The man responsible for leaking the Scarlett Johansson phone pictures and Mila Kunis pictures will plead guilty on Monday according to the AP.

It was still unclear as to what specific charges Christopher Chaney will plead guilty to, but he faces up to 60 years in prison.

From AP:

A Florida man has agreed to plead guilty to hacking into the email accounts of celebrities such as Christina Aguilera, Mila Kunis and Scarlett Johansson, whose nude photos eventually landed on the Internet, according to court documents filed Thursday.

Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Fla., will plead guilty Monday in Los Angeles federal court to nine felony counts, including unauthorized access to a computer and wiretapping, the documents say. He faces up to 60 years in prison.

Defense attorney Christopher Chestnut said Thursday night that he is still working with prosecutors and wouldn’t confirm the number of felony counts Chaney will plead guilty to.

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BillSmith5
BillSmith5

up to 60 years??  Murderers have gotten out in 10 years, and this guy could get 60???

1CCB
1CCB

 @JulieBarbara It's because they're Gods excuse me I mean celebrities. 10, 20, life when it comes to gun. 60 or life if you leak  slutty pics of a celeb before they get the chance. He should've known: timing is everything. Washed up actress would've thanked him. If you don't want it leaking use a polaroid!!!

NinaMarie
NinaMarie

That's what I'm sayin' Julie, WTF!!!!!!!!! INSANE!

JulieBarbara
JulieBarbara

WTF? Some guy in the Netherlands rapes his daughter and only gets 2 years in prison, then he rapes his other daughter 300 times and only gets 10 years in prison. And this guy could get 60 freaking years for leaking some nude photos? There's no justice in this world.

Clara3180
Clara3180

Sorry but that photo of mila kunis is part of a movie, where that photo is glue to a male bathroom wall. 

 

Klope62
Klope62 moderator

60 years, wtf.

_Ozeki
_Ozeki

@JulieBarbara The crime described in the article wasn't on the subject of 'leaking' information per se, but more on the accounts of unauthorized access to a computer and wiretapping.

devingGold
devingGold

@JulieBarbara thats the netherlands, we have different laws dipshit.

jiggamang
jiggamang

@devingGold Wow!  Was there really a need to call people names?

No bullying allowed!

JulieBarbara
JulieBarbara

 @devingGold  Hey rude person, it doesn't matter what the laws are - it's still unjust no matter what countries you're talking about.