Photos of United Kingdom royals stolen from Kate Middleton's sister
Sep 29 2016 by Francis Osborne
Both Britain's Sun and Daily Mail newspapers reported that an anonymous seller had been in contact offering the images for sale. Scotland Yard said he received a report on Friday about the hacking of personal iCloud account and that "investigators" working on the case.
A spokesman for Kensington Palace, the official residents of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, said it did not speak on behalf of Pippa and would not comment.
Another day, another shitty celebrity photo hacking.
The images were offered by an anonymous seller via WhatsApp to several United Kingdom newspapers.
On Saturday, a 35-year-old man was arrested at an address in Northamptonshire, central England, they said. The allegedly hacked photos also reportedly included shots of her own wedding preparations.
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The seller demanded "a minimum of £50,000" (around $65,000) within 48 hours, as of Friday afternoon United Kingdom time, they said.
The Sun says that it had no intention of making a deal with the hacker and that it alerted Pippa Middleton. "This isnt (sic) an auction it will be a simple process of the highest bid in the next 48 hours (as of 4pm 23/09/16)".
London's Metropolitan Police did not confirm the hack to NBC News, but did confirm that it is investigating.
Specialist officers were investigating, the media office said. Stars including Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence and model Kate Upton became the victims of a mass iCloud theft in August 2014.
Pippa and Matthews got engaged in July and are set marry in 2017.