The voicemails of Prince William, Prince Harry and William's wife Kate Middleton were hacked by a British newspaper editor, who admitted it Wednesday in a London court
Clive Goodman, the former royal editor of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World, was jailed in 2007 for illegally accessing the voicemails royal aides and admitted he also hacked the royals while working at the tabloid, according to Reuters.
This is exactly why I don't trust anyone in the newspaper business.
Goodman reportedly hacked Middleton's phone 155 times, William's 35 and Harry's nine.
This guy had it all backward. Because there's no way William's voicemails are 17.2 times more interesting than Prince Naked Vegas.
He and former editor Andy Coulson -- who later became Prime Minister David Cameron's media chief -- are accused of authorizing illegal payments to public officials. Coulson and Rebekah Brooks, another former editor and later chief executive of Murdoch's British newspaper arm, are also on trial accused of phone-hacking offenses. All seven defendants deny the charges.