The cats out of the bag now…
Looks like things have officially gone from bad to worse for disgraced actor Jussie Smollett. According to Breitbart, A judge has now ordered Google to hand over 1 full year worth of Smollett’s emails, private messages, photographs and location data.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Cook County Judge Michael Toomin approved two search warrants proposed by special prosecutor Dan Webb after the 16 initial charges against Smollett were abruptly dropped by Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx.
Breitbart added that, “Webb seeks information from the Google accounts of Smollett and his manager, including unsent draft emails and deleted messages. He also requests files from their Google Drive cloud storage services, Google Voice texts, and web browsing history.” You can read the full details of this story here.