Hackers Who Seized Data From Lady Gaga Now Demand $1 Million for Dirt on Madonna
May 20, 2020
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The hackers who stole Lady Gaga's private files earlier this month now say they want at least $1 million for the dirt they dug up on Madonna. “We are preparing to auction Madonna data…The buyer has the right to do whatever he sees fit with the data," hacking group REvil announced Monday. The hackers also claim they "found a ton of dirty laundry" on President Trump that they likewise threatened to make public, but then said Monday, “Interested people contacted us and agreed to buy all the data about the U.S. president…We are pleased with the deal and keep our word.” The group allegedly cyberattacked top entertainment attorney Allen Grubman, who never counted Trump as a client.