Harvey Levin Talks Mila Kunis & Scarlett Johansson Phones Being Hacked & ‘The Situations’ Issues With Handicapped Parking [AUDIO]

September 15, 2011 7:00 am
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Celebrity gossiper and “TMZ” host, Harvey Levin, called into “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” Thursday to talk about the trend that’s happening with celebrity phones being hacked and The Situation‘s handicap situation.

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Lately, celebrities have been experiencing hackers leaking private pictures for all to see. Just recently, Scarlett Johansson became a victim, and her team of people have contacted the FBI to investigate this invasion of privacy. The lawyer himself, Harvey, explains why these certain people aren’t getting caught. He says, “They haven’t been able to find them yet. I mean, these are crafty people. The internet, you know, solving internet crime is way different than Eliot Ness. It’s just a whole different situation. They have been successful at doing something like this at catching certain people with internet crimes. But it still is a new frontier so far.”

Harvey tells us the police have the names of the hackers. He recalls, “I’m told that law enforcement knows the identity of several of these people. But they haven’t gone in for the kill yet. I’m not sure why. I think it has to do with the fact that they want to be able to basically get the whole group. But I’m told that they’re on to at least a couple of these people.”

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Well, here’s to a new situation. “Jersey Shore” star, Michael Sorrentino, made headlines by parking his Ferrari sideways in a handicap zone. Harvey gives the details on the reality star and his situation. He says, “He wanted to go to the bank, and he was late. The guy makes millions of dollars by being in shape, and he couldn’t park a block away and run. He gives Ferrari owners a bad name.”

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Being the executive producer for TMZ, Harvey sometimes needs to dig a little deeper to get the scoop. Two nights ago, he got the inside report on the “Real Housewives of D.C.” star, Michaele Salahi. Michaele was reported missing by her husband, Tareq Salahi, early in the week, and now, Harvey says, “So TMZ then does some investigating. And guess what? Far from being kidnapped, she was with Neal Schon. He is the lead guitarist for Journey. Well, guess what? They’re dating.”

Listen the full interview with Harvey below!

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