Ali Lohan's Personal Identity Possibly Hacked
According to a New York Post source, Ali Lohan, Lindsay Lohan's sister, is one of more than a hundred celebrities and their families whose personal information was allegedly hacked by a U.S. State Department clerk.
According to the New York Post, the indictment charged Brooke Reyna, 28, of viewing passport info on "various celebrities, actors, reality-television contestants, television personalities, musicians, models, athletes," including "their children," since 2005.
According to Ali's mother Dina Lohan, her daughter was mailed a death threat recently to her Long Island home, the NYP reports. However, it is unknown if there is a connection with the stolen personal information.
Authorities declined to comment on whether Brooke was selling the confidential information or was just a fan, but she has been charged with felonies including unauthorized computer access.
"It's horrible. I'm petrified," Dina said. "I'm glad the FBI is on it."
And their family lawyer, Stephanie Ovadia, agrees that this is a problem asking, "What is the Justice Department doing to safeguard these people?"