Singer/songwriter Lily Allen is set to take Apple to court after her MacBook was hacked.
Allen is said to have contacted Apple to ask how her MacBook became compromised but Cupertino offered no such help, leading the songstress to file legal papers, according to The Sun.
While it is probably likely that this is just a procedural issue so Allen can find out who did it, it's fair to say that she probably won't be headlining at the next iTunes Festival.
MacInspector is on the case and will keep you posted on any updates.
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