Cameron Lacroix

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Cameron LaCroix
Born New Bedford, Massachusetts

Cameron LaCroix (camo, cam0, camZero, cmuNNY) is a computer hacker best known for the hacking of Paris Hilton's cellular phone and accessing LexisNexis.[1] He has also been convicted federally of aggravated identity fraud, computer fraud, wire fraud, and making a false bomb threat.[2] Prosecutors said victims of the teen's actions have suffered about $1 million in damages.[1] Pursuant to a plea agreement signed by the juvenile in August 2005, he received 11 months in a federal juvenile detention facility.[3] In January 2007 his supervised release was revoked for a string of similar crimes and possession of a cell phone and other computer related equipment.[4]

In June 2008, an indictment for Cameron LaCroix was returned from New Bedford Superior Court in Bristol County on 18 counts of computer related crimes.[5]

LaCroix was previously held at MCI Concord and Old Colony Correctional Center. He was released on February 4, 2011 according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.[6]

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