First, her album track list leaked, and now, so has her personal and financial records. Beyoncé is one of the many celebs who were victimized by a website that has posted the private information of some of Hollywood's most public people.
Jay-Z, Bey, Kim Kardashian and Ashton Kutcher were among a number of celebrity victims of a hacker who posted their detailed records online.
The Los Angeles Police Department and FBI are investigating the unnamed website that exposed social security numbers, mortgage amounts, credit card information, car loans and even screen grabs of financial statements from online banking accounts, TMZ reported.
Mel Gibson and Paris Hilton were also attacked, and the hacker didn't stop with celebrities. Top government officials had their information published as well. Vice President Joe Biden, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Attorney General Eric Holder, FBI director Robert Mueller and LAPD chief Charlie Beck were all victims. Coincidentally, Mueller recently told a Senate committee that cybersecurity is becoming our nation's biggest threat.
The hacker did not, however, share the real [article id="1703208"]track list for Beyoncé's new album.[/article]