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Monday, February 21, 2005

Ah, fun

Paris Hilton's cell phone was hacked, revealing various phone numbers and pictures.

From the Drudge Report, first to pick up on this story:

Sun Feb 20 2005 09:39:20 ET

Private telephone numbers of celebrities have been unleashed on the Internet after an apparent hacking into Paris Hilton's T-MOBILE SIDEKICK Address Book, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

The FBI has opened an investigation into the hack, a government source said.

The DRUDGE REPORT has confirmed the authenticity of many of the unlisted and super-secret numbers: Private phone numbers and email addresses of Eminem, Lindsay Lohan, Christina Aguilera, Andy Roddick, Ashlee Simpson, Victoria Gotti, Vin Diesel, Anna Kournikova and many others!

One top star reached Sunday morning expressed total outrage at Paris.

"I gave her my number after we met in Miami, I did not know she f**king kept it on her cellphone!" the star explained.

A website posted the digits over the weekend, with the message: "I'm Sorry Bitch :) GG FGT SLT BTCH! HACKED BY THE NIGGAS AT DFNCTSC"

Also splashed in the hack, Paris Hilton's private notes, listed by date.

From Hollywood to Vegas to New York -- and back, Paris Hilton's notes, road directions, hotel and airline preferences are exposed.


Filed By Matt Drudge

Ah, good times. OK, back to grading...


Wait, there's more --

This has already spawed a t-shirt!. Wow, the internet is fast. Just see the long discussion on Metafilter.

(Oh, and not entirely related, but the Chris Rock story is cute too. It was also via Metafilter).

jane 2:34 PM [+]

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