Monday, July 31, 2017

FBI Help Hack iPhone in Reality TV Star’s ‘Sextortion’ Case

This whole thing reads like a "dear dumbass" case.

They seem to show Voigt and her then-boyfriend actively plotting to get $18,000 from a social-media celebrity known as YesJulz, in exchanging for not releasing the video clips to the Internet. “We on some Bonnie Clyde sh*t I couldn’t have choose a Better partner crime lol,” reads one text sent from Voigt’s boyfriend’s phone.