REPORT: Kate Middleton’s Phone, Bank Account Hacked

Kate Middleton has been added to the growing list of Jonathan Rees’ possible hacking victims. UK’s Telegraph reports that a private detective working for a tabloid newspaper hacked the the mobile phone of Kate Middleton, duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s wife.

Sources also said Rees also targeted former Prime Minister Tony Blair. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton joins several other suspected targets, including British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Mick Jagger, George Michael and Eric Clapton. On Wednesday, a News International spokesperson said: “It is well documented that Jonathan Rees and Southern Investigations worked for a whole variety of newspaper groups.

The 29-year-old Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton was reportedly the focus of a surveillance in 2004, soon after she was identified as Prince William’s girlfriend. The future queen’s mobile phone was hacked throughout 2005, the year she graduated from university, and 2006.

On Wednesday night the Met confirmed it had received “a number of allegations” and the force was considering investigating.Kate Middleton is among up to 4,000 people who are feared to have been targeted by private investigators working for the News of the World.
 
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