Pippa Middleton Private Photos with Boyfriend, Leaked!

Josh Kim
October 3, 2016

LEON NEALBritish police arrested a suspect in the case, revealed by the Sun and the Daily Mail, piracy of 3,000 photos on iCloud account Pippa Middleton, sister in law of Prince William.

"The Sun" newspaper reported that it was offered the images of the British royal family by someone asking for 50,000 pounds within 48 hours.

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.

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The anonymous seller, calling themselves "mas", contacted media organisations claiming they had obtained 3,000 private photos from Miss Middleton's Apple iCloud account. "Specialist officers are now investigating", Metropolitan Police said in a statement.

Middleton became engaged to Matthews, an Eton-educated hedge fund manager, in July this year.

The younger sister of Kate Middleton has worked extensively as an event planner - even releasing her own book, Celebrate - and will no doubt be taking a hands-on approach to her own ceremony.

The reported theft would be one of the most high-profile hackings and blackmail attempts against a celebrity. Previous victims of similar hacks include actress Jennifer Lawrence, model Kate Upton and "Saturday Night Live" comedian Leslie Jones.

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