Mila Kunis + Scarlett Johansson’s Hacker Gets 10 Years in the Slammer
Even though Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis' hacker made a lot of pervs on the Internet really happy, he made the starlets' lives Hell. And now there's Hell to pay -- in the form of a decade behind bars.
TMZ reports that the guy behind the leaked photos -- Johansson's of which were particularly compromising -- was sentenced today to 10 years in prison.
Christopher Chaney was also ordered to pay $76,000 in restitution to Kunis, Johansson, Christina Aguilera and others.
Chaney pled guilty to nine felony counts in March, including wiretapping, unauthorized access and damage to a protected computer and identity theft. He was initially accused of hacking into as many as 50 celeb accounts. (That's the bad thing about being famous enough to have things like your first pet and the street you grew up on show up in a Google search.)
Chaney's sentence is nothing compared to what he could have faced: 121 years if convicted and sentenced on all of his charges.
Here's hoping no one takes any cell phone pics of Chaney's prison activities -- and that celebs use stronger passwords from now on. Not everyone wants see ScarJo's naked ass. (Just most people.)