Miley Cyrus is terrified her e-mails, personal information and racier pix will be leaked across the Internet after the FBI raided the home of a hacker who had broken into her computer.
Federal agents confiscated three computers, a phone, DVDs and other items from the apartment of 19-year-old Josh Holly of Murfreesboro, Tenn.
For months, Holly – who went by the screen name “TrainReq” – boasted on Internet blogs about how he’d stolen the 15-year-old performer’s e-mail password and obtained sexually suggestive photos that Miley had intended to send to her then-boyfriend, singer Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers.
Even though the FBI has shut down Holly, Miley is frantic that it might be too late – and that Holly may have already sent more her personal information to others, a source tells The ENQUIRER.
“She used that e-mail account on a daily basis to send Nick and several of her closest friends photos and letters,” continued the source.
“And there were several other accounts Miley used for e-mails, so she’s not exactly sure what Holly gained access to – and that’s what’s so deeply troubling to her.
“If there are more scandalous pictures, it could greatly impact her wholesome image. The whole thing is making Miley a nervous wreck.”
Last year, Holly attempted to sell several news organizations steamy photos of Miley, including various poses in a wet T-shirt, bikini and underwear. When none would purchase the images because of how he obtained them, Holly began posting them on the Internet.
Holly confessed after the FBI showed up on his doorstep.
The contrite teen posted on his blog: “All of my idiotic doings have finally caught up with me. That is what I get for being an idiot and [boasting] about hacking.”