The popular American singer is highly relieved now as the police have arrested the hacker who had stolen the unfinished versions of her latest hits, leaking them online. Two days back the pop diva expressed her feelings of gratitude on her Facebook page to all her fans that had provided her with the details of the songs being leaked. She even thanked the Israeli police as well as FBI in investigating the matter and arresting the wrongdoer. She says that any invasion into her personal or professional life is definitely a painful experience for her just like it has been to the other artists being a victim of a similar crime.
Israeli police along with the FBI had carried out a thorough investigation, thereby succeeding in arresting the suspect. Luba Samri, the spokeswoman of Israeli police said the suspect , a resident of Tele Aviv, born in 1976, was said to have stolen a number of other artists work and went on to sell it online. She even said that a lot of materials as well as computer equipments had been confiscated from the house of the suspect while further investigations about the matter is still going on.
Tamir Afori who is Madonna’s attorney in Israeli said that among the stolen material were yet to be released songs, photos, song sketches and other things. He even said that the theft has cost a great damage to the pop star on the professional and personal front.
In her public statements made on Instagram, the singer refers to the leaks as a kind of terrorism and urges fans to not listen to the songs that had not been ready to present to people. After the songs had been leaked in December a broken IPod’s photo appeared on her Instagram feed which she claimed to be her broken heart as her music had been leaked and she had been shattered as an artist.