Madison Louch, a young, smoking hot South African model, was recently contacted by a blackmailer over hacked nude photos stolen from her iCloud.
The message: Pay up or the naked pics go public!
Her response: Call the cops and flip the script!
Madison Louch was locked out of her Cloud back on September 7 before she got a call from some guy who bragged that he had just hacked her account.
He told her he is “notorious” for hacking into the accounts of stars and posting hacked nude celebrity photos online, then he made his demand:
Pay $900 or he’d “ruin her modeling career.”
Yes, a relatively modest $900 was all he asked for … placed in a brown Trader Joe’s bag in a planter located at a building on Fairfax Ave. in Hollywood, Calif.
Louch called the LAPD, who put the money there and then kept undercover eyes on the bag, swarming the woman who came to pick up the package.
Jamie Munoz said she was merely a pawn, picking up the money for someone who was threatening to post nude photos, but not personally involved.
Nicholas Douglas from Vancouver, she said, was the person behind the extortion plot. Police are still investigating that lead, but Munoz was still arrested.
She ended up pleading guilty to attempted extortion and got three years probation and community service. Douglas, if that’s his real name, is still at large.
While Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence nude photos got most of the attention from The Fappening, countless other stars and models were hacked.
Just when you think the scandal is dead, more photos leak.
As we saw with Joy Corrigan and countless other models, there’s really no need to extort anyone when you can simply gaze at their public profiles.
Seriously. Instagram is the best thing ever.