Private And Financial Information of First Lady, Top Celebs Hacked
Social security numbers, financial information and more has been hacked into for some of the most famous people in the world. INSIDE EDITION reports.
Some of the most famous people in the world woke up today to find that they've been hacked—even the first lady!
Beyonce, Jay-Z, Mel Gibson, Britney Spears and Donald Trump are among the victims.
A sinister website, which we are not naming, is revealing confidential financial information such as credit cards, social security numbers and private phone numbers. Even Michele Obama's credit report is posted. Same for Ashton Kutcher, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sarah Palin.
Donald Trump's social security number and phone number are listed. INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent caught up with him at a Celebrity Apprentice event Tuesday.
Trent asked, "Are you concerned?"
"Well, I think it's terrible. It's modern technology, and that's the weakness of modern technology. It's happening more and more. In the old days, you'd have a file, you'd seal it, you'd put it in a safe someplace. Today, it's all over the place, so you never know what's going to be looked at," said Trump.
Vice president Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and the Los Angeles Chief of Police were also targeted.
Los Angeles Chief of Police Charlie Beck said at a press conference, "We will vigorously pursue the individuals who have made me a victim, and made a number of other people that are in the public eye victims."
Kim Kardashian's mortgage is detailed. The site says she owes nearly $6 million.
Bob Strang, Chief Executive Officer of Investigative Management Group in New York, says the potential damage to the people targeted is serious.
"If there's information on here that is actually real, that means that it's a big problem for them," said Strang.
Trending on Inside Edition
FBI Joins Search for Missing Young Farmer in UtahHuman Interest
Dog Brings Home Human Hand, Other Remains Found in Wooded Area in TexasNews
Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, Ending Constitutional Right to AbortionHealth
Judge Reverses Decision to Give Custody of Teen to Her Mom's Alleged RapistCrime
Virginia Couple Goes Missing While Sailing to Portugal: US Coast GuardHuman Interest