It was so worth it, right Christopher Chaney?
The 35-year-old Florida man, who admitted to hacking email accounts belonging to Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis and Christina Aguilera (among others), is due to enter a guilty plea in federal court Monday to nine felony offenses.
He'll receive a lighter sentence in exchange.
Christopher Chaney was looking at more than 100 years in prison for identity theft, unauthorized computer access and wiretapping that affected roughly 50 victims.
He is said to have hacked into the accounts and attached a bug that allowed him to receive a copy of every email sent by the unaware user. Not shady at all.
He would then shop some the goods, such as the Scarlett Johansson nude photos, to celebrity websites. Fortunately, the FBI eventually tracked him down.
Johansson, for her part, kept a sense of humor about the whole thing, telling Vanity Fair, "I know my best angles." Does she have any not-best angles?
Chaney, who is free on bail, albeit wearing an ankle monitor and prohibited from using computers, still will likely face prison time despite the plea deal.