Turns out LL was right... Paris really did hack her Blackberry. She and many, many other users had their SpoofCard account deleted for "misusing the service." But Paris' reps don't care because the poor thing suffered the most when her pictures and numbers were hacked and leaked on the Internet. Page Six reports:
"All of the people that were terminated were terminated because they had violated the terms and conditions of use," company lawyer Mark Del Bianco told The Post's Hasani Gittens. Del Bianco also confirmed Lohan was a victim of the calling cards that can "spoof" caller ID displays, making it easy to tap into certain voice-mail systems. Lohan's publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnick, said all information has been handed over to Lohan's lawyers, adding, "All I know is that Lindsay's messages were getting changed and she couldn't figure out what was going on, and now we know why." Hilton's rep, Elliot Mintz, stressed SpoofCard did not necessarily link her to Lohan's electronic woes. "I can't think of a single person in America who has been more humiliated by people breaking into [mobile devices] than Paris Hilton," said Mintz, whose client was out of reach in Japan promoting her new album.