Judge forbids to publish stolen pictures of Pippa Middleton

 
Judge forbids to publish stolen pictures of Pippa Middleton
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A British judge has ruled that publishing of personal photographs of Prince William's sister-in-law, Pippa Middleton, after her iCloud account was hacked, is illegal.

3000 personal photos have allegedly been stolen in the hacker attack.

The British newspaper The Sun claims to have been contacted by a person who wanted at least 50,000 pounds for pictures of Pippa's sister Kate and her two children, as well as nude photos of Pippa's fiance, James Matthews.

Police arrested a 35 year old man in the case, but he is until further notice released on bail while the investigation continues.

Pippa Middleton is the sister of Duchess Kate, who is married to Prince William.

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