A government clerk has been charged with improperly accessing computerized passport data on hundreds of celebrities and their families. Lindsay Lohan's sister Ali had her information compromised, and the family is up in arms.
It's not clear if the accused, 28-year-old Brooke Reyna, has been selling the information she gathered on celebrities ranging from models to athletes to reality television contestants and famous people's children. "It's horrible. I'm petrified," a typically dramatic Dina Lohan told the New York Post. Her attorney added, "What is the Justice Department doing to safeguard these people?" Something, we hope. If things continue like this, the Lohan family risks seeing its most intimate secrets splashed across the pages of various tabloids.