The hackers who attacked the celeb legislation agency ran by famed lawyer Allen Grubman are again.
The group, which calls itself REvil, has posted a brand new message on the darkish Internet saying it’s prepared to public sale off all the information it allegedly has on LeBron James, Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey, beginning at $600,000 per star.
In addition they declare to have paperwork on Diddy’s Dangerous Boy Leisure for a reserve worth of $750,000, plus secret information on Common and MTV for public sale beginning at $1 million per firm.
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The hackers, believed to be Jap European, declare on their web site, “Bribery celebrity’s [sic] by the Democratical [sic] party, sexual harassment by top politicians, envy of celebrity’s for each other … all of that is waiting for you in files of Grubman company.”
Grubman has refused to pay a ransom demand of $42 million.
A supply shut to the legislation agency claimed the hackers have been mendacity about the contents of the information to extort more cash. The supply mentioned, “The agency handles contracts and enterprise issues, not felony or marital points.
“So the assertion that some salacious materials goes to come out is a fraudulent try to gin up curiosity in some stolen information the agency gained’t pay for.
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“This group previously claimed to have ‘revealing’ documents about President Trump, who was never a client. This, like many of these criminal claims, proved to be false.”
In Might, the hackers claimed to have a trove of “dirty laundry” on President Trump from the Grubman assault, however then the group out of the blue introduced every week later that the stolen information have been off the market, having been offered to a secret bidder — main many to imagine they didn’t have the products in spite of everything.
A spokesperson for the legislation agency Grubman, Shire, Meiselas & Sacks, mentioned, “The latest put up is one more determined nuisance tactic these criminals are utilizing to strive to squeeze out a revenue from stolen knowledge.
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“Our clients and the entertainment industry as a whole have overwhelmingly applauded the firm’s position that we will not give in to extortion.”